Walmart is STILL Selling a Sh*tload of Slave Made Chinese Toner and ink, With No Plans to Stop?

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Date: Sunday September 17, 2023 03:32:02 pm
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    Walmart: Forced Labor or Ethical Responsibility? What is the Answer!
    In recent months, it has come to light that major retailers like Amazon and Walmart continue to sell toner and ink cartridges produced under unethical conditions in China by Ninestar, despite a ban imposed by the US government Department of Homeland Security under the UFLPA Act. Notably, the widely recognized Ninestar brand, G & G Ink and toner, shamelessly persists in being listed and sold on, unequivocally flouting US law.

    Entities found knowingly benefiting from ventures involving forced labor or the exploitation of forced labor for profit, or displaying reckless disregard for such nefarious activities, potentially face criminal prosecution under 18 U.S.C. § 1589, Additionally, their merchandise may be subjected to seizure and forfeiture through civil enforcement processes if found to be produced utilizing forced labor Forced Labor and Forced Child Labor (

    A pertinent concern arises regarding Walmart’s remanufactured ink brand, Onn. Presently, with over 4,674 Walmart stores in the US, it strains credulity to presume that all these stores are supplied solely by a domestic remanufactured cartridge supply chain. Given Walmart’s propensity to source goods from Chinese suppliers, a logical deduction leads back to Ninestar, a company equipped with the production capacity to provide Walmart with privately labeled products, be they remanufactured or newly built cartridges.

    Questions pertaining to the role of Customs and Border Patrol in curbing the sale of these products abound. Walmart asserts to fulfill these cartridges, raising inquiries regarding their origin—whether they emanate from Walmart’s warehouses or are blindly shipped from Ninestar Technology’s Chino facility in California. Noteworthy seizures from either Walmart or Ninestar facilities would have undoubtedly made headline news.

    The persisting sale of Ninestar products by Walmart raises profound ethical, legal, and enforcement questions. Despite the US government’s ban on these products from June 12, 2023, Walmart appears to either disregard this reality or consciously turn a blind eye. Other companies, such as Arlington, Supplies Wholesale, Supplies Network, and International Toner, could potentially find themselves in a similar predicament. The magnitude of this issue raises grave concerns—Ninestar products continue to flood the US market in contravention of the law, exposing companies to both criminal and civil penalties.

    Walmart now stands at a pivotal juncture. It possesses a distinct opportunity to lead by example, demonstrating a genuine commitment to the law and to upholding ethical and moral standards. Conversely, by failing to act, Walmart, as the world’s largest retailer, implicitly condones forced labor, lawlessness, and a lack of ethics, all in pursuit of profit.

    We have duly conveyed this article to Walmart’s executives in the hope of catalyzing change. The fundamental question remains: Will Walmart align itself with ethical principles and the expectations of global consumers, or will it persist in disregarding the law? We invite you to engage in this discourse by reaching out to us at via email at Collectively, we can advocate for a more responsible and ethical retail industry.

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