10 “woke” brands that right-wingers want to boycott

Coca-Cola: Coca-Cola has been criticized for its stance on various social and political issues, including diversity and inclusion.

PepsiCo: PepsiCo, the parent company of brands like Pepsi and Frito-Lay, has faced boycotts over perceived political correctness and social justice initiatives.

Apple: Apple has faced criticism for its relationship with China and alleged censorship of conservative voices on its app store.

Nike: Nike has faced backlash for its support of Colin Kaepernick and the "Just Do It" campaign, which highlighted issues of racial inequality and police brutality.

Ben & Jerry's: The ice cream company has taken stances on issues like climate change and racial justice, leading to boycotts from some right-wing consumers.

Gillette: Gillette faced backlash for its "The Best Men Can Be" ad campaign, which addressed toxic masculinity and gender roles.

Starbucks: Starbucks has been the target of boycotts due to its stance on issues such as immigration and refugee support.

Levi Strauss & Co.: Levi's has faced criticism for its support of gun control measures, leading to boycott calls from some gun rights advocates.