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Five New Free Buyers' Guides Available

Aug 27

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27/08/2008 21:54  RssIcon

Restaurant chains, mobile phone handsets and network providers, toothpaste and child car seats

Five new free buyers' guides have been added to the Ethical Consumer website, with the latest scores from our database.

 

Restaurant chains - our in-depth report of what 26 national chains bring to your table.

 

Mobile phone networks - the major network providers rated, links to the military revealed - and an ethical alternative.

 

Mobile phone handsets - could the future be green? Environmental best buys and thirteen brands rated on their ethics.

 

Toothpaste - this report looks at more sustainable options for a sparkling smile. Questionable chemicals and unnecessary animal testing are all put under the spotlight.

 

Child car seats - the health implications of chemicals used in manufacture, ethical ratings for 12 makes and advice on safety.

 

Free buyers' guides are available on this website six months after publication in Ethical Consumer magazine. For premium online access to all our buyers' guides, including the latest, subscribe to ethiscore.org.

 

 

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