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Whole Foods Market Claims 90 Percent Compliance Rate For Its Sustainability Rating Program

May 3, 2012: 01:16 AM EST
Whole Foods Market reported that more than 90 percent of household cleaning products it sells have passed the retailer's Eco-Scale sustainability rating system a year after its launch. As part of the rating system, products are evaluated and audited to the retailer's standards by a third-party certifying organization and their ingredients must all be listed on product packaging. The system rates products as red, orange, yellow, or green, based on environmental and sourcing standards the household cleaning products comply with, making it easy for customers to determine products' level of compliance with the sustainability program.
"Whole Foods Market® greens-up cleaning aisle", Whole Foods Market, May 03, 2012, © Whole Foods Market
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