This chapter discusses purchasing decisions what to buy, where, and from who have a ripple effect that influences the health and welfare of entire community. Corporate chains are based on a model of wealth extraction. After all, if Wal-Mart didn't expect to remove more money from community than it puts in, it wouldn't locate there, for the simple reason that it wouldn't be profitable. The main way is through the multiplier effect: Neighborhood businesses tend to support other local enterprises, creating a positive feedback loop that strengthens the regional economy. In a society dominated by commercial transactions have power as a consumer, especially teamed up with millions of other people thinking globally and spending locally. The chapter provides explanation about the importance of supporting the local, green economy, as a family member. Go food shopping together and look for organic, locally produced and Fair Trade Certified food.