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What is an ethical product?


What is an ethical product? In addition, what is the difference with organic and ecological products?

Organic: raw materials have sourced organic and biodynamic.

Ecological: important is the environmental impact of the material that used for the packaging of products. Prefer glass, recycled paper, labels made ​​with FSC paper and vegetable colors.

Bio-Eco is a product, which in addition to providing the biological raw materials; it also guarantees that not all the ingredients are destructive to health, nor for the environment. There are many certifications and protocols of various organizations such as ICEA, ECOCERT, AIAB, NATRUE etc.

Ethics: do not use animal products or products of labor exploitation.

An ethical product is a product that is not only biological, ecological and vegan, respect man, animals and plants in all its production cycle, for example, does not use endangered plants or materials that may have used human exploitation and animal. Today, fortunately, and finally, by law (11 March 2013), no one can test either raw materials or finished products on animals. The packaging of products is minimized, from recycled and recyclable material, printed with inks pollutants, rechargeable, eliminated where possible. Ethics is the desire to feed on products created from organic farming, those who know how to draw their power from the earth, the sun, the water, without artifice and without causing harm to the environment or leave harmful residues.

People become more aware every day, understanding that when choosing a product, there are factors more important than price that are of great importance both for their own health, for the environment and for the widespread economic prosperity.

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