Grocery shopping is the modern hunting

Keep your eyes open!

As consumers we hold a considerable power. The choices we make have a significant impact on the economy and on our society.
Are your money wisely spent? Where do you buy from? What do you pay attention to?
There are a lot of good tips worth knowing when shopping since they can bring you many tangible benefits, in the short and long term, and reduce your environmental impact.

Are you already an attentive purchaser? That’s great, we want to hear from you! Share your preferred suppliers, tips & tricks.
We would like to recognize and reward companies that promote a sustainable business.

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Check out our articles to learn more. What’s your view?

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“When shopping for food and groceries, electrical appliances or household furniture, we can make environmentally friendly choices. Demonstrating to retailers and manufacturers that we want sustainable options creates a demand for them.”
Sustainable shopping, WWF