Eco-labeling tool keeps customers more informed

11/10/2008 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Carbon footprinting once was a broad measure of a company's environmental impact. The British supermarket giant Tesco has taken the concept a step further and started labeling more of its products -- including everyday items such as laundry detergent and orange juice -- with their carbon credentials. The eco-labels are intended to educate consumers so they can make decisions that are better informed.

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