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Our badges reflect 12 ethical business practices that make good business sense, respect people and the environment, and reflect current consumer preferences.

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Generosity

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Goods and services are gifted to help create positive social and environmental outcomes in our communities.

Costs and Benefits

Generosity is about giving goods and services to those in need in our communities.

Acts of generosity help create positive social and environmental changes.

For example each year Conscious Consumer businesses give over 25,500 kilos of food to those who need it most in our communities.

Accreditation Standards

To be awarded the badge, Retailers must:

  • have a generosity initiative in place which helps the wider community and/or the environment
  • provide details of the generosity initiative including: the nature of the initiative; the recipient(s); the positive impacts of the initiatives on the community and environment.

To be awarded the badge, Suppliers must:

Be a non-profit organisation or registered charity that either:

  • receives goods and/or donations and redistributes them to those in need in the community; and/or
  • coordinates or runs initiatives that have positive social and/or environmental impacts.

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Kaibosh Food Rescue

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Kaibosh Food Rescue is New Zealand's first and only dedicated food rescue organisation. Our kaupapa draws on commonsense. Heaps of food that’s good enough to eat, but not good enough to sell, gets thrown away every day. More info.

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measuring our impact

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

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