Shop the Labels

Some people go the extra mile to ensure their products are made responsibly. They use sustainable resources, treat animals kindly, protect our environment and develop innovative technologies that do more with less energy. You can trust a product was made this way when it has an eco-label. Click on the labels to learn what they mean.

1% for the Planet

An international network of businesses who donate an equivalent of 1% of annual sales to environmental nonprofits.

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80 Plus

Certifies that electronic products have achieved more than 80% energy efficiency.

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Beauty without Bunnies

Look for PETA’s cruelty-free bunny logo—products proudly displaying this logo are cruelty-free, meaning that they were produced without testing on animals.

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Certified B

A new type of company that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.

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Certified Gluten-Free

Ensures that products were made in a facility compliant with gluten-free regulations. Not quite an eco-label but we include it because it keeps people with celiac disease and gluten allergies safe.

Certified Humane

Assures that the food products have come from facilities that meet precise, objective standards for farm animal treatment.

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CertiPUR-US®

A not-for-profit organization that certifies foams are made without ozone depleters, regulated phthalates, heavy metals and other harmful substances.

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Cradle to Cradle

A set of guidelines for designers and manufacturers to improve their process via material health, material reutilization, renewable energy and carbon management, water stewardship, and social fairness.

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eco-INSTITUT

Certifies that products fulfill the strictest requirements on emissions and pollutants, so you can use it without worries your home or office.

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Energy Star

A voluntary program that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency.

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EPEAT

A set of environmental criteria for technology products from design and production to energy use and recycling.

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EWG Verified

EWG VERIFIED™ recognizes products that meet the Environmental Working Group’s strictest standards for your health.

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Fair Trade Certified

Ensures that people work in safe conditions, protect the environment, build sustainable livelihoods, and earn additional money to empower and uplift their communities.

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Fair Trade Federation

Certifies that a company has made a full commitment to fair trading practices, meaning each and every business decision is made with the well-being of artisans and farmers in mind.

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Forest Stewardship Council

Sets standards for responsible forest management to protect forests for future generations.

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Global Organic Textile Standard

The world’s leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibers.

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Green America

Certifies that a business adopts principles, policies and practices that improve the quality of life for their customers, employees, communities, and the planet.

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Leaping Bunny

A voluntary pledge that cosmetic, personal care, and/or household product companies make to clear animal testing from all stages of product development.

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Made in the USA

Promotes products made in the USA to raise awareness and standards for fair wages, environmental rules, child labor and human rights.

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Marine Stewardship Council

Choose the blue fish label to make sure the fish you eat can be traced back to a sustainable source.

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Natrue

Sets international standards for defining the naturalness of cosmetic products.

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Non-GMO Project

The mission of the Non-GMO Project is to preserve and build sources of non-GMO products, educate consumers, and provide verified non-GMO choices.

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OEKO-TEX®

OEKO-TEX® enables consumers and companies to protect our planet by making responsible decisions. We share with our partners and clients the common goal of and commitment to high social, ethical and environmental standards.

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Rainforest Alliance

Indicates that a farm, forest, or tourism enterprise has been audited to meet standards that require environmental, social, and economic sustainability.

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Sustainable Furnishings Council

The Sustainable Furnishings Council is a coalition of manufacturers, retailers and designers dedicated to raising awareness and expanding the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices across the home furnishings industry.

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USDA Certified Biobased

Biobased products are derived from plants and other renewable agricultural, marine, and forestry materials.

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USDA Organic

Certifies that food is grown and processed according to federal guidelines addressing soil quality, animal raising practices, pest and weed control, and use of additives.

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Water Sense

These products are backed by independent, third–party certification and meet EPA’s specifications for water efficiency and performance.

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World Fair Trade Organization

Provide spaces for producers, exporters, importers, retailers, and consumers to connect and work together, exchange best practices, forge synergies and speak out for Fair Trade – all working towards a sustainable and fair global economy.

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