A Look Inside Good Housekeeping’s Green Seal

October 19, 2009 at 4:34 PM Leave a comment

A Look Inside Good Housekeeping’s Green Seal | GreenBiz.com


Last month, the Good Housekeeping Research Institute — the product-evaluation laboratory of the magazine, which itself is part of the media giant Hearst Communications — announced the first seven products to receive its new Green Good Housekeeping Seal, “developed to help consumers sift through the confusing clutter of ‘green’ claims on hundreds of products on store shelves today,” according to the seal’s website.


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