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The Blue Labels are a wide selection criteria we find vital for our ecosystem of products to respect. They will determine if the product uploaded means to be in our platform.
Our sellers are obliged to label their products with the truth.
Read more in Our Values
A product that is respectful towards the environment, its flora and fauna, and the health of the people who consume it.
Products we refer to: Organic, vegan, cruelty free, fair trade, safe working conditions, save energy, palm oil free, recycled, plastic free and Reduces emissions.
Every buying decision you make has the power to change the world.
Conscious consumption is when buying practices are driven by a commitment to making purchasing decisions that have positive social, economic, and environmental impact.
A conscious consumer is someone who looks beyond the label and want to know more about the company from which they are buying their products. When you purchase something from a company, you are, essentially, funding a company to continue doing what they’re doing.
When you opt to be a conscious consumer, you are putting yourself in the driver’s seat of making a decision for which brand(s) you choose to support.
So, do you like what they’re doing? You need to do your research and find out.
A Model in which we give back to the earth a part of what we have taken for our living. We believe that contributing to the NGOs that collaborates with the environment, we are helping our planet to continue regenerating.
Reducing the impact on the environment. Aims to lower the ecological footprint through daily actions and habits, from shopping local to eating less meat and avoiding single-use plastics.
The definition of zero waste according to the Zero Waste International Alliance (ZWIA) is:
"The conservation of all resources by means of responsible production, consumption, reuse, and recovery of products, packaging, and materials without burning and with no discharges to land, water, or air that threaten the environment or human health.”
It examines the entire lifecycle of a product or material, highlighting inefficiencies and unsustainable production and consumption practices. Zero waste refers not only to keeping waste out of landfill, but also pushing our economy to be less wasteful in production and consumption.