Here we present a list of the most common companies that have chosen to produce and invest in China, despite the fact that China violates human rights and has one of the world’s most cruel attitude to animals.
China has one of the world’s most toxic environments that affect humans, animals and plants both in the short and long term.
All these companies have chosen to ignore China’s lack of empathy, ethics, morality, and compassion – child labor – slave-like employment – extensive animal cruelty – completely lack of animal protection laws – worldwide extinction of animal species – environmental destruction of large geological areas.
These companies have opted out fundamental ethical factors in favor of money and profit.
NOTATION- even though this is a very long list of American and other foreign corporations in China, it is certainly not a complete listing. We have only included a few of the names you may recognize.
This is a list of companies who either own factories, or have contract factories producing their products in China. Some of the companies produce 100% of their products there, and others only produce parts, or certain ingredients for their products. The list below is approximately 1% of the actual Corporate list.
Companies such as Avon, GE, and AT&T for example, have been in China and manufacturing products for 20 to 30 years. Most American consumers simply had no idea. Previously their source was Japan. HaTTip
Abercrombe & Fitch Abbott Laboratories Acer Electronics
Adidas ADI Security
AGI- American Gem Institute
Agrilink Foods, Inc. (ProFac)
American Eagle Outfitters
Analog Devices, Inc.
AudioVox AutoZone, Inc.
Banana Republic Bausch & Lomb, Inc. Baxter International Bed, Bath & Beyond Belkin Electronics Best Buy Best Foods Big 5 Sporting Goods Black & Decker Body Shop Borden Foods Briggs & Stratton
Calrad Electric Campbell ‘s Soup Canon Electronics Carole Cable Casio Instrument Caterpillar, Inc. CBC America CCTV Outlet Checker Auto CitiCorp Cisco Systems Chiquita Brands International Claire’s Boutique Cobra Electronics Coby Electronics Coca Cola Foods Colgate-Palmolive Colorado Spectrum ConAgra Foods Cooper Tire Corning, Inc. Coleman Sporting Goods Compaq Crabtree & Evelyn Cracker Barrel Stores Craftsman Tools (see Sears) Cummins, Inc.
Dannon Foods Dell Computer Del Monte Foods Dewalt Tools DHL Dial Corporation Diebold, Inc. Dillard’s, Inc. Dodge-Phelps Dole Foods Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. Dow-Corning
Eastman Kodak EchoStar Eclipse CCTV Edge Electronics Group Electric Vehicles USA, Inc. Eli Lilly Company Emerson Electric Enfamil Estee Lauder Eveready
Family Dollar Stores FedEx Fisher Scientific Ford Motors Fossil Frito Lay Furniture Brands International
GAP Stores Gateway Computer GE, General Electric General Foods International General Mills General Motors Gentek Gerber Foods Gillette Company Goodrich Company Goodyear Tire Google Gucci Guess?
Haagen-Dazs Harley Davidson Hasbro Company Heinz Foods Hershey Foods Hitachi Hoffman-LaRoche Holt’s Automotive Products Hormel Foods Home Depot Honda Motor Hoover Vacuum HP Computer Honda Honeywell Hubbell Inc. Huggies Hunts-Wesson Foods
ICON Office Solutions IBM Ikea Intel Corporation
J.C. Penny’s J.M. Smucker Company John Deere Johnson Control Johnson & Johnson Johnstone Supply JVC Electronics
KB Home Keebler Foods Kenwood Audio KFC, Kentucky Fried Chicken Kimberly Clark Knorr Foods K-Mart Kohler Kohl’s Corporation Kraft Foods Kragen Auto
Land’s End Lee Kum Kee Foods Lexmark LG Electronics Lipton Foods L.L. Bean, Inc. Logitech Libby’s Foods Linen & Things Lipo Chemicals, Inc. Lowe’s Hardware Lucent Technologies Lufkin
Mars Candy Martha Stewart Products Mattel McCormick Foods McDonald’s McKesson Corporation Megellan GPS Memorex Merck & Company Michael’s Stores Mitsubishi Electronics Mitsubishi Motors Mobile Oil Molex Motorola Motts Applesauce Multifoods Corporation
Nabisco Foods National Semiconductor Nescafe Nestles Foods Nextar Nike Nikon Nivea Cosmetics Nokia Electronics Northrop Grumman Corporation NuSkin International Nutrilite (see Amway) Nvidia Corporation (G-Force)
Office Depot Olin Corporation Old Navy Olympus Electronics Orion-Knight Electronics
Pacific Sunwear, Inc. Pamper’s Panasonic Pan Pacific Electronics Panvise Papa Johns Payless Shoesource Pelco Pentax Optics Pep Boy’s Pepsico International PetsMart Petco Pfizer, Inc. Philips Electronics Phillip Morris Companies Pier 1 Imports Pierre Cardin Pillsbury Company Pioneer Electronics Pitney Bowes, Inc. Pizza Hut Plantronics PlaySchool Toys Polaris Industries Polaroid Polo (see Ralph Loren) Post Cereals Price-Pfister Pringles Praxair Proctor & Gamble PSS World Medical Pyle Audio
Qualcomm Quest One
Radio Shack Ralph Loren RCA Reebok International Reynolds Aluminum Revlon Rohm & Hass Company
Samsonite Samsung Sanyo Shell Oil Schwinn Bike Sears-Craftsman Seven-Eleven (7-11) Sharp Electronics Sherwin-Williams Shure Electronics Sony Speco Technologies/Pro Video Shopko Stores Skechers Footwear SmartHome Smucker’s (see J.M. Smucker’s) Solar Power, Inc. Spencer Gifts Stanley Tools Staple’s Starbucks Corporation Steelcase, Inc. STP Oil Sunkist Growers SunMaid Raisins Sunglass Hut Sunkist Subway Sandwiches Switchcraft Electronics SYSCO Foods Sylvania Electric
3-M Tai Pan Trading Company Tamron Optics Target TDK Tektronix, Inc Texas Instruments Timex Timken Bearing TNT Tommy Hilfiger Toro Toshiba Tower Automotive Toyota Toy’s R Us, Inc. Trader Joe’s Tripp-lite True Value Hardware Tupper Ware Tyson Foods
Uniden Electronics UPS
Valspar Corporation Victoria ‘s Secret Vizio Electronics Volkswagen VTech
Walgreen Company Walt Disney Company Walmart WD-40 Corporation Weller Electric Company Western Digital Westinghouse Electric Weyerhaeuser Company Whirlpool Corporation Wilson Sporting Goods Wrigley WW Grainger, Inc. Wyeth Laboratories
X-10 Xelite Xerox
Yahoo Yamaha Yoplait Foods Yum Brands
SOURCE: Shipping database. US Customs database. Chinese government publications/database.