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FIND FAIR. Ethical just got easier to spot.

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Overview

A new way to spot ethical brands as you search or shop.

Many Kiwis have strong ethical values, but not every company shares them. Worker exploitation, child labour and unsafe working conditions can be hidden in the supply chains of the goods we buy. If you’re trying to avoid companies that operate unfairly, add FIND FAIR to Chrome and start spotting ethical products when you search and shop online. ➤ How it works In Search Ethically endorsed products will bear the FAIR symbol and be highlighted in orange capitals as they appear on the most commonly used search engines including: • Google • Yahoo • Bing • DuckDuckGo In online Supermarkets Working on all the major supermarket websites, ethical options will display the FAIR symbol and be highlighted with orange capitals while you browse, so you can instantly see the endorsed products. Retailers include: • countdown.co.nz • newworld.co.nz • paknsave.co.nz • supie.co.nz • thewarehouse.co.nz For a comprehensive list please visit findfair.co.nz. ➤ Who’s behind it? Developed by not-for-profit fair&good - The Ethical Directory, in consultation with other like-minded organisations like Fairtrade ANZ, Trade Aid, Tearfund, SPCA and B Corp among others. Brands cannot pay to be included in FIND FAIR, they have to be endorsed by the developer or one of their not-for profit affiliated partners. ➤ How are products selected? With a focus on social justice through ethical trade, products are selected where people in supply chains are fairly rewarded for their work. However, this is not the only consideration, brands and products are measured against nine core values including: • Fair labour • Sustainability • Transparency in supply chains • Giving back to the community • Gender equality • Inclusivity • Consistency of values • Animal welfare • Community mindedness To learn more about the people behind FIND FAIR and the methods they use visit www.fairandgood.co.nz/about-us ➤ Shop ethically on mobile FIND FAIR can also work on Android mobile with the help of the Kiwi Browser app. Simply download Kiwi Browser from Google Play here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kiwibrowser.browser Then, follow 5 easy steps to add to your browser listed here: https://www.findfair.co.nz/fair-on-the-go

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Abby DFeb 22, 2023

Seems like a great concept but had to uninstall when I saw Nestle products showing up as 'fair'. You know, the same Nestle that has used child labour, caused hospitalisation and death due to their products (and that's just the tip of the iceberg). I'd avoid this extension until they do a serious re-evaluation of what they consider 'ethical'.

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Find FairDeveloperMar 6, 2023

Hi Abby, Thank you for taking the time to download and use our extension. We have listened to your concerns around including some of Nestlé’s products and take them seriously. There are over 400 brands featured in FIND FAIR. Each of these is measured against a set of nine values; fair labour, transparency, community involvement, environmental care, gender equality, inclusivity, giving back, consistency and animal welfare. We believe children deserve the chance to learn and grow. To date, 159,783 children have received support through Nestlé’s Child Labour Monitoring and Remediation System, which aims to identify children in child labour and provide remediation to address it. The program continues to grow and in 2022, Nestlé announced an update to the existing system, which directly compensates cocoa farmers for taking action to prevent child labour risks in cocoa production. However, you don’t need to trust Nestlé in order to trust that their supply chains are free of child labour as they also work with 100% independent third-party organisations. These include: The Fair Labor Association You can read their reports on Nestlé where strategies to eliminate child labour have been implemented: https://www.fairlabor.org/member/nestle/ Rainforest Alliance Nestlé sources cocoa from Rainforest Alliance. You can read about their policy on child labour here: https://www.rainforest-alliance.org/issues/human-rights/child-labor/ The Child Labour Platform Works with multi-national enterprises including Nestlé with the view to ending child labour in supply chains, please read more here: https://childlabourplatform.org/home/members-partners/ Nestlé is one of the few multi-national companies who submit to respected third-party auditing as part of an ongoing commitment to improve their practices. We endorse their products where third-party verified supply chains have been used with the hope that other companies will follow suit. Kind regards, The FIND FAIR Team

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Jay LockhartDec 16, 2022

Got it, tested it out- first thing I found is that it marks NESTLE products as ethical. NESTLE. Seriously? Searched Nestle by itself- 90% of their products were in orange. It also seems only rate organic products as ethical- of 600 or so options I looked through, maybe 10 or so were marked by this extension. Clearly unreliable and if they think Nestle is ethical, I seriously question those who created this extension.

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Find FairDeveloperDec 19, 2022

Hi Jay, Thanks for trying FIND FAIR. It’s the first important step to help identify ethical products and make a difference to the lives of the people who make them. We understand there will be questions around some of the brands we have endorsed, we welcome these. Nestlé is an example of a multinational company who has learned from their troubled past and made significant efforts to establish ethical supply chains over a number of product categories. For chocolate, they have independent third party certification through Rainforest Alliance. For pet food, their Purina brand has good supply chain transparency and works closely with respected NGOs like Issara to improve conditions in their fish supply chain. For more information please visit https://justkai.org.nz/blog/2018-10-15-why-i-support-nestle/

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David Allis (Network)Dec 5, 2022

A great extension. Cool way to find more ethical products. A lot of work has gone into this, and it works really well

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Details

  • Version
    1.0.4
  • Updated
    April 13, 2023
  • Offered by
    findfair
  • Size
    80.78KiB
  • Languages
    English
  • Developer
    Fairfield Trust
    41 Ocean View Road Orewa 0931 NZ
    Email
    findfair@fairandgood.co.nz
  • Non-trader
    This developer has not identified itself as a trader. For consumers in the European Union, please note that consumer rights do not apply to contracts between you and this developer.

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  • Not being used or transferred to determine creditworthiness or for lending purposes

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