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Ethical shopping: Will we pay more for free range or organic?

Ethical shopping: Will we pay more for free range or organic?

Ethical shopping1 Andrew Laxon for The New Zealand Herald investigates the pros and cons of our willingness to pay a premium for ethical shopping. Suggesting there’s a 26% surcharge to satisfy our ethical aspirations, he delivers the first in a series about ethical shopping. Will it be “free range” or “caged” eggs? Will we buy “organic” this time? Will we pay to care?

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by Andrew Laxon for The New Zealand Herald

Free range / Ethical shopping: Will we pay more for free range or organic?

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  • They may be free range but are they fresh?Ones I have purchased lately have not been on 2 occasions.I had the same problem several years ago and have only recently started to buy them again.I am disapointed and annoyed that we have paid the money and dont get them fresh

    Posted on 31 December 2012 by Pamela Ann Lelean

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