We collect information from our hospitality businesses on the ethical products and services they use so we can measure and share the social and environmental impacts of their practices.
By joining Conscious Consumers you can help build a more ethical economy. Through our accreditation process we are measuring the positive social and environmental impacts our businesses are having collectively and individually.
Helping others in the community and supporting local businesses helps increase community wellbeing, and is also good for the environment.
Each year our businesses spend $9,833,800 on local food and beverages.View More
Each year our businesses give $189,300 to help our community and environment.View More
Smart waste management involves avoiding waste at source, minimising the use of harmful chemicals, reusing materials and, as a last resort, recycling or disposing of waste in a responsible manner.
Each year our businesses avoid 201,400 items of disposable packaging.View More
Each year our businesses divert 917,700 kilos of recyclables from landfill.View More
Each year our businesses save 1,307,600 containers potentially going to landfill.View More
Each year our businesses divert 793,400 kilos of organic waste from landfill.View More
Each year our businesses avoid 2,500 litres of non-eco cleaners.View More
Ethical products are produced without treating people and communities or animals unfairly, or causing significant harm to our environment
Each year our businesses spend $985,000 on organic food and beverages.View More
Each year our businesses help 21,200 animals avoid factory-style farming.View More
Each year our businesses spend $1,205,800 on fair trade products.View More
Each year our businesses use 31,000 kilos of sustainable seafood.View More
Each year our businesses sell 1,863,000 vege and 552,700 vegan mealsView More
Goods and services are gifted to help create positive social and environmental change in our communities. Each year it is estimated that Conscious Consumer businesses give
$189,300 to help our community and environment.
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