||Natural & Organic Deception
||Introduction: Lousy Labels: The Natural & Organic Deception (1:46) -- Canadian Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance Association (0:35) -- #10: Fa Natural Foam Bath (1:19) -- #9: Aveeno Baby Shampoo (1:53) -- Need for Universal Definitions (0:55) -- #8: CoverGirl: Natureluxe Make-up (1:48) -- Why Make False Claims? (0:36) -- #7: Huggies Organic Diapers (1:53) -- #6: TRESemme Naturals (0:54) -- #5: Organic Surge Body Lotion (0:43) -- #4: Aubrey Organics (0:44) -- #3: Avalon Organics (1:30) -- #2: Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers (2:15) -- #1: Huggies Natural Care Wipes (2:05) -- Voluntary Standards (1:09) -- Credits: Lousy Labels: The Natural & Organic Deception (0:31)
||This program takes a closer look at green personal care products. It turns out labels like "natural" and "organic" are unregulated; they're just marketing terms. Some of these products are no different than the regular, often cheaper brands. An excellent program for exploring ethics in marketing, this film separates the truly green products from products that look green, but really aren't.
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|Interest grade level
||9 & up.
|Technical details||Mode of access: Internet.|
|Technical details||System requirements: FOD playback platform.|
|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2011.|
|Publisher number||58490 Films Media Group|