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Most frequent questions and answers

On the one hand, while Green and Eco-friendly have somewhat similar definitions, Green is generally used to describe virtually everything that benefits the environment, from business practices to architecture and products. Eco-friendly or Environmentally Friendly, though, is not so large and means something that does not affect the world.

Literally, eco-friendly means earth-friendly or not harmful to the environment. Most often, this term refers to items that contribute to green living or activities that help conserve resources such as water and electricity. Contributions to air, water, and land emissions are also avoided by environmentally friendly goods. By becoming more aware of how you use resources, you can partake in eco-friendly habits or practices.

Avoid buying things from the least eco-friendly grocery store and you’re going to be off to a great start. Here are a few examples of products that are not eco-friendly:

  1. Plastic shopping bags
  2. Animal products
  3. Baby food pouches
  4. Bottled water
  5. Coffee pods
  6. disposable Coffee cups
  7. disposable plates
  8. farmed salmon.

Items that have limited synthetic or chemical processing and are similar to naturally produced plant or animal extracts are natural products. Although organic products are strictly regulated and require strict compliance with the requirements set by the certification authorities, there is a lack of regulation for natural products. They are safer than traditional goods, however.

Environmentally friendly goods are costly for the following reasons:

  1. Labor intensive manufacturing methods
  2. Production on a small scale
  3. Time consuming
  4. High cost of Certification

However in terms of wellbeing and healthy living, the benefits outweigh the costs. The cost is expected to decrease in the coming years as more consumers turn to eco-friendly products.

Products that do little harm to the earth are environmentally friendly products. These are goods that help to conserve resources like energy and water. Products that are environmentally friendly should not pollute the air or water of the earth.