A study from Clemson University in South Carolina found that some fish that carry the MSC-certified eco-label come from unsustainable fisheries or are the wrong species altogether.
I also post about greenwash because its the one thing I as a consumer can do. In fact its one of the only ways a consumer can draw attention to misleading claims. If Greenopia’s “Top 25 Wine Producers” program seems okay, let the court of public opinion set me straight.
Right there, plain and clearly, was the admission of greenwash. The only way to be included in Greenopia’s “Top 25 Wine Producers” guide in the future is to pay $2500. Kinda staggering, really.
Whole Foods confirmed via email that that Skinny Girl cocktails ‘did not meet their quality standards’ so they had to stop selling it. The offending ingredient, which is not listed on the bottles because there is no ingredient list at all, turns out to be Sodium Benzoate.
Skinny Girl cocktails, the brain child of Bethenny Frankel the Real Housewives of New York City star, has been pulled off the shelves of Whole Foods after they learned that ‘the natural ingredients are not so natural.’