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Ethical Pioneer: Neal's Yard Remedies

The Good Shopping Guide, August 14 2019

Ethical beauty pioneer, Neal’s Yard Remedies, has been re-awarded independent Ethical Accreditation for the 5th successive year. Since Neal’s Yard Remedies began back in 1981, the company has offered effective natural and organic health and beauty products, with an inherent respect for the environment, people and animals.

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incognito: Ethical, Natural Insect Repellent

The Good Shopping Guide, August 11 2019

This year marks 10 years since incognito natural insect repellent first attained independent Ethical Accreditation from The Ethical Company Organisation. The first bottle of incognito went on sale in 2007 with a mission to provide a 100% natural – yet effective - insect repellent, free from the synthetic chemical alternatives.  Their range has sinc...

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WildWash: Ethical Skin and Coat Care for Pets

The Good Shopping Guide, August 7 2019

WildWash creates natural skin and coat care for pets.  The company started with a clear ethos to produce natural honest products that were good for pets and good for the environment. All their products are made by hand using selected human grade ingredients to enhance the function of each particular product.  Their products contain NO Parabens, Pht...

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Ethical Cats & Dogs

The Good Shopping Guide, July 29 2019

Pooch & Mutt’s food range was developed to cut out the junk of mass-produced pet foods and include positive nutrition – such as supplements and nutraceuticals – to help dogs lead happy, healthy lives.  The company has recently launched a new cat food – Purr & Miaow, which follows the same philosophy - offering complete food which is sugar-free and...

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Green Pioneer: Green People

The Good Shopping Guide, July 1 2019

Green People has been re-awarded independent Ethical Accreditation for the 15th successive year, reflecting the company’s core ethical values, which are also illustrated in our ethical brand comparison tables – the company has consistently ranked as one of The Good Shopping Guide’s most ethical brands, since our launch in 2002.

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Ethical Chocolate - with a Wild Side!

The Good Shopping Guide, June 24 2019

Seed & Bean started back in 2005 with a mission to create an ethical range of chocolate, with a focus on using only organic ingredients and using small-scale suppliers but being brave and wild with flavours... Today, Seed & Bean has a range of 22 unique and adventurous flavours – from Coconut & Raspberry and Lemon & Cardamom for dark chocolate love...

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Ethical Pet Food: Naturaw

The Good Shopping Guide, June 21 2019

Naturaw delivers real dog food to your door!  Made using high welfare meats and packed in biodegradable packaging, Naturaw only includes fresh, natural, raw food – with no processed ingredients or unnecessary fillers. The UK based company, uses human-grade British meat - working closely with local farmers, gamekeepers and butchers to ensure the hig...

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Ethical Tea: We Are Tea

The Good Shopping Guide, June 5 2019

We are Tea has been re-awarded independent Ethical Accreditation from The Ethical Company Organisation. Their range of high-quality whole leaf teas are sourced, prepared and served the right way - in biodegradable, plastic-free tea bags or as loose-leaf tea. We Are Tea are members of the Ethical Tea Partnership where they work with individual tea e...

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Ethical Skincare: Bloomtown re-awarded Ethical Accreditation

The Good Shopping Guide, May 29 2019

Bloomtown is a body and skincare company dedicated to offering consumers truly ethical, innovative and effective products that respect people, animals and the environment, which is reflected by the company’s ongoing Ethical Accreditation, which was first awarded early in the company’s inception.

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Caurnie Soap: Ethical Company

The Good Shopping Guide, May 7 2019

The Caurnie Soaperie in Kirkintillock, Scotland first opened in 1922 with the aim of creating natural skin care products from organic herbs and essential oils.  Their gentle, handmade soaps give relief to sensitive skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema often aggravated by chemicals in some commercial skin care products.

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