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Ethical Accreditation

Ethical Accreditation is designed to support ethical companies’ reputations and sales by clearly showing that the company is independently endorsed by the Ethical Company Organisation. The logos can be displayed on product packaging, websites, advertising, press releases and stationery, so that people can easily identify the most ethical companies.

A number of companies have gained Ethical Accreditation and are using the logos as an independent mark of endorsement.

The research process takes between four and eight weeks and scans over 40,000 public record documents, including court reports, criticisms from NGOs, boycott calls and environmental reports.

To apply for Ethical Accreditation, download the form below or apply online at The Ethical Company Organisation.

Buy our detailed Ethical Research Reports. See the findings behind companies’ ethical ratings, as featured in The Good Shopping Guide. Several different product sectors available covering hundreds of consumer brands.

 

Disclosure:  Some of the links above are affiliate links, meaning we earn commission if you click through and make a purchase. Placement and use of these links has no bearing in terms of the ethical scores that we give to a brand.  All commission earned by The Good Shopping Guide is re-invested into the research carried out by The Ethical Company Organisation.

Featured here are some of the companies who have already gained Ethical Accreditation. We can wholeheartedly recommend these companies, as the research team from The Ethical Company Organisation is contracted to re-test their Ethical Company status every 12 months.

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