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Home » Ethical Consumerism

Gooshing – for ethical shopping

Submitted by on Tuesday, 21 October 2008 Loading Add to favourites  2 Comments

Gooshing for ethical consumerismHow can you be sure you are buying an ethical brand? There is a lot of greenwashing out there, so how can you be sure your money is supporting something that respects and reveres the environment, animals and the environment?

Gooshing is a free ethical shopping tool from The Good Shopping Guide

GOOSHING makes it easy to buy brands from the most responsible companies and boycott those corporates that don’t care about animal welfare, human rights or the environment.

The database finds you the lowest prices available – on 250,000 products from over 350 shops.

You can choose from departments such as appliances, health and beauty or house and garden. So before you upgrade your computer or get an A-rated appliance, run it through Gooshing and make sure you are getting the best value for money and not harming the planet in the process.


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  • I think the tool ‘Gooshing’ is a great idea. These days you can never be entirely sure what your buying, if it’s genuine, if you’re going to get your product and if the moneys going to the right people.
    Having a tool like this allows people to feel safer when buying products online and they can feel reassured their money is going into the right hands.

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  • Mrs Green says:

    @Victoria Elmore: Hi Victoria, glad you find it useful. I also like Ethical Consumer magazine. It’s quite heavy but you get some great advise 🙂