Ethical Consumer Magazine
Ethical Consumer Magazine is an indispensable read for any independent thinker.
Each issue features detailed product guides, news of ethical products and campaigns, in-depth features, opinion, comment, boycott updates, readers' letters, and much more. Discover the truth behind the products we buy and the companies we buy them from.
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Issue 183 (March/April 2020)
- Plant milk
- Vegan cheese
- Dairy milk
The magazine includes:
- Best Buy recommendations
- which plant milk is the greenest
- the non-vegan companies making vegan milk and cheese
- better ways of doing dairy
- workers' rights abuses in the banana industry
- the climate comparison of dairy vs plant
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Ethical Consumer magazine is printed on chlorine-free, 100% post-consumer waste paper sourced from Paperback. It is printed locally by Rap Spiderweb using vegetable-based inks. Our envelopes are also 100% post-consumer recycled paper.
Product Guides: Bananas, Baked Beans, Supermarkets, Tinned Tuna
Features: How to boycott Trump
Product Guides: Shampoo, Toothpaste, Make-up, Laundry Detergent
Features: The growth of the ethical market, Phasing out the for-profit corporation
Product Guides: Batteries, Bookshops, Mobile Phone Networks, Razors & Shavers
Features: What's wrong with the NFU?
Product Guides: Laptops & Hybrids, Mobile phones, Tablets & E-readers
Features: Boycott Brexit, Animal welfare in Japan
Product Guides: Shoes, Trainers, Walking Boots, Sportswear
Features: How can we challenge Amazon's monopoly power?
Product Guides: Current & Savings Accounts, Mortgages, Pensions, Cash ISAs, Fossil-free Funds
Product Guides: Meat-free sausages & burgers, Rice, Cooking Oil, Supermarkets
Features: Veg box schemes
Product guides: Televisions, Paid-for TV, Cameras
Features: The links between binocular companies and hunting for sport, Fighting conflict minerals in electronics
Product guides: Clothes Shops, Jeans, Waterproof jackets
Features: Synthetic biology
Corporate lobbying at the COP21 climate summit
Product guides: Cat & Dog food, Instant & Ground Coffee, Perfume & Aftershave
Features: Amazon's tax turnaround? Ethical charity sponsorship and climate change