The Good Shopping Guide releases the Most & Least Ethical Brands of 2017

Depending on which brand you buy, each purchase can directly support activities throughout the supply chain and beyond; activities that may include animal testing, unfair trade in developing countries, human rights abuses, or investment in weapons and fossil fuels.

The Good Shopping Guide exposes many of these connections, listing the level of corporate social responsibility of the companies behind hundreds of everyday products. It reveals which brands are implicated in abuses such as child labour, human rights violations, green-washing and environmental destruction in the UK and worldwide – and also shows which companies are deserving of your support.

Below is the list:

Links

http://www.thegoodshoppingguide.com

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