Every time we make a purchase, it affects society, the environment, and people living all over the world. Purchasing products that have been manufactured in a way that champions Social Goodness and minimizing environmental damage, while avoiding products and services that have a negative impact on society or the environment, is called ethical consumerism. It’s “dollar voting”, a kind of activism that we practice every time you buy something even if were not aware were doing it. We want to make the most ethical choice possible when shopping, but we need to have ethical products available to buy.
Ethical products are produced with Social Goodness at heart. Pureness. Honest. Goodness. The three words sum it all. We choose products that are made with love and respect to the producing community, supply chain and the environment.