Isn't it amazing how when you watch National Geographic specials on TV, kids in Africa are dressed in clothing from Sears and Walmart? I suppose Africa might say, thank-you Canadian Textile Recycling.
Check out the prices below and, in particular, note the subtitle, the part about "discerning buyers". Is Value Village one of these buyers or are they the competition. Or do they buy from this company? If so, look at the prices for baled clothing and then recall how expensive things are at Value Village.
And below, what do they mean when they say, credential clothing? Is this what those ugly green boxes on vacant lots are about? People give because they think it's going to do some good and what they're really doing is helping some people become rich.
It's a wonder that no one's looked into this racket.