New site aims to reveal the good, bad and ugly in your shopping trolley
The people behind goodguide.com want it to become the first place for people to go if they want to know how safe or environmentally-friendly their shopping is. The site already lists over 65,000 safe toys, personal care & household products and they’re aiming to eventually rate any barcoded food product, highlighting the inclusion of chemicals, colourings and additives as well as nutritional value.
Sounds like one to bookmark and keep an eye on. We’re looking forward to their judgement on Pork Brains In Milk Gravy.