INFOGRAPHIC: an ethical wrap up

Ethical labelling is growing as an industry around the world as consumers place a greater importance on social responsibility and sustainability.

" Products using the widely used recycled label [In Australia] accounted for $US16 billion in sales alones in 2015."
Ewa Hudson, Head of Health and Wellness Research, Euromonitor International

In Australia, food and drink with at least one ethical label continues to grow as a sector, with products using the widely used recycled label accounting for $US16 billion in sales alones in 2015.

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You can read Euromonitor International’s full article here.

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