PublicSquare launches '30 products to swap' to provide Americans with basic household goods from anti-woke brands

The items offered by PublicSquare offer an alternative to those products that shoppers barely think about like garbage bags, kitchen sponges, and toilet paper.

Public Square has launched a new "30 products to swap" initiative to help American consumers stop funneling money to woke companies that prioritize leftist agendas over quality and values. Leaning into the idea that consumers' dollars are their voice, PublicSquare offers consumers the chance to swap their old, basic brands for new ones.

The items offered by PublicSquare offer an alternative to those products that shoppers barely think about, like garbage bags, kitchen sponges, toilet paper and so many others that are essentially grocery lists afterthoughts. 

Household goods are a focus of the new plan, with toilet paper being swapped out for Bumroll, which "values manufacturing in the USA." The company focuses "on planting native trees and supporting American jobs to strengthen the workforce and protect the planet for future generations." The California-based company is family-owned and operated.

Kitchen sponges get a makeover with Dandelion Naturals, founded by a nurse whose career hit a snag over the COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The company touts itself as being "completely plastic-free in products, packaging, and shipping." 

Trash bags get a makeover in USA-made BagUps, which brings innovation to the garbage bin with automatic deployment.

EveryLife diaper brand is pro-life, so conservative consumers know they're not funding anti-natalist causes when they buy baby essentials. The company even partners with pro-life groups and organizations to support pregnancy centers.

Laundry detergent, dishwashing soap, and household cleansers all have alternatives with companies that value American, family values over woke ideals. 

PublicSquare has been the go-to site for consumers looking for brands they can support that also support them, but this new initiative makes the switch to basic goods easy and accessible. 

Launched with a mission to become "a new kind of marketplace," PublicSquare emerged into the parallel economy to provide access to "businesses who respect traditional American values." As company after company reveals itself to be anathema to American values, from Disney to BudLight to Target, the parallel economy has grown, and the number of companies they list keeps expanding into new areas and industries.
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