Ethical Labels

May 14, 2018
Halal regulation continues to be an area of uncertainty for many companies due to the absence of a unified standard. This is especially true in the Asia Pacific region where notable accreditation bodies are based in different countries and often differ from one another. Despite the rise of halal certification, halal compliance without certification may […]
Emil Fazira
May 4, 2018
What’s driving demand for ethical fashion? The trend for fast fashion has reshaped the apparel industry in recent years. Designers produce on average six collections a year and fast fashion brands rotate new stock on a monthly basis making consumers accustomed to buying cheap, swiftly produced clothes. Frequent purchase of products that only last for […]
April 26, 2018
Halal Leads Ethical Labelling Prospects Globally With a USD55 billion market in 2017, the halal packaged food and drinks global industry is set for more gains in the next five years, with 5% value CAGR predicted. This makes it the most optimistic type of ethical labelling for packaged food and drinks, outpacing other well-known types […]
April 10, 2018
Plastic, an influential part of modern society, is under scrutiny for its polluting presence in the global environment. There are visible and invisible pollutants. Greater awareness and growing ethical concerns about plastic waste is evident with circular thinking initiatives to design out surplus plastics, improve recovery and re-use, apparent. Current pressures are an opportunity to […]
March 26, 2018
Animal welfare claims account for 13% of all ethically labelled products in Western Europe, compared to the USA’s 1%. Whilst businesses acknowledge animal welfare as an important business risk, approaches to animal welfare remain largely underdeveloped. The UK and Germany are the largest markets for animal welfare, accounting for 70% of value sales in the […]
December 30, 2017
Ethical consumers are throughout the world, there are a lot of similarities between them. Euromonitor International hosted a global survey about ethical consumerism and has found factors that contribute to living ethically. 70% of respondents live in emerging markets. 71% of respondents have a graduate degree and are parents of children under 17. Lastly, 65% […]
November 13, 2017
Consumidores e empresas estão, cada vez mais, aumentando a importância dada a valores éticos e morais. Isto se traduz em decisões de compra moldadas por preocupações com o meio ambiente, sustentabilidade, proteção animal, modos de produção e condições de trabalho das empresas, além de um desejo de impactar positivamente as comunidades e as pessoas. A […]
October 9, 2017
For consumers and businesses, increasing attention is paid to ethics and moral values. This translates into purchasing decisions framed by concerns about the environment, sustainability, animal welfare, production and labour practices, as well as desires to positively impact communities and people. The ‘Ethical Living’ megatrend is driven by three factors: awareness, availability and affordability. Emergence […]

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