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Organic beats beer and cigarettes

By 27th November 2006 One Comment

…or so the headline goes on the BBC News today. Apparently retail sales in the UK of beer and cigarrettes are £28bn whilst the amount spent on ethical products hit £29.3bn ($56.7bn) in 2005, the Co-operative bank states. However most of the ethical spend relates to food and energy products and the article points out that ethical product only makes up a small proportion of the consumer shopping basket.

Indigo continues to support ethical promotional products and offers organic cotton clothing and recycled merchandise.

One Comment

  • Wera Woodo says:

    Well, what can I say, it’s a great news! The fact that people began to think about the future of the nation can’t be set aside. But of course,there are people,who remain followers of cigarettes’ smoking and drinking beer.

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