Our badges reflect twelve practices that support local communities and businesses, minimise harm to our environment, treat people fairly, and ensure animal welfare.
Our badges reflect twelve practices that support local communities and businesses, minimise harm to our environment, treat people fairly and ensure animal welfare.
To join our programme hospitality businesses must pass three or four of our badge standards, and suppliers must pass one. We appraise our businesses annually to ensure on-going compliance with our standards. For more information see our accreditation processes.
Helping others in the community and supporting local businesses helps increase community wellbeing, and is also good for the environment.
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.
Ethical products are produced without treating people and communities or animals unfairly, or causing significant harm to our
Organic food is healthier because it is free of pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilisers and antibiotics. Each year it is estimated that Conscious Consumer businesses spend
$1,139,000 on organic food and beverages.
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