Monthly Archives: May 2012

Healthy goes before green: float labeling?

A recent report by the LEI research institute in the Netherlands shows that consumers see sustainable food products and healthy food products as interrelated. Still, health is a more important than sustainability in deciding on which product to purchase. The … Continue reading

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Transparantiebenchmark creates too much transparency

Today, many company stakeholders expect a company to be transparent about its CSR activities, as a way for accounting for all the great promises and big gestures made in the past. Transparency about CSR meets these stakeholder demands and can … Continue reading

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