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Who's the sweetest of the sweet makers?

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01/06/2011 10:14  RssIcon

 

We reveal the top 5 ethical sweets

It's not all sweetness and light, especially not for the Brazilian workers who supply a little known common ingredient of sweets.

 

Our Buyers' Guide to sweets includes:

  • ethical and environmental ratings for 54 brands of sweets
  • Best Buy recommendations
  • profiles of selected companies
  • Fairtrade, organic, veggie and vegan sweets
  • murky marketing practices
  • the Brazilian workers behind a common ingredient

 

Download the Buyers' Guide now as a pdf for £3.

 

The pdf includes:

  • all the stories from our database that we used to rate the brands
  • details of company ownership and full contact details

 

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