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Products
Consumer nondurables
Consumer durables

Coffee
Deodorants
Detergents

Flour Atta
Hair oil
Ice cream
Jam
Ketch ups
Noodles
Salt
Sanitary Napkins
Shampoo
Soaps
Soups
Tea
Tooth pastes
Water Purifiers

Agriculture
Airlines
Automobiles
Banks
Beverages
Bicycles
Biotechnology
Body sprays
Brewery
Building Materials
Business Services
Capital Goods
Cement
Chemicals
Cleaners
Cold drinks
Communications
Computers
Conglomerate
Construction
Consulting
Consumer
Cosmetics
Courier
Defense
Dental Health
Diamond
Digital
Diversified Financials
Drinks
Education
Electrical Equipements
Electricity
Electronics
Energy
Engineering
Entertainment
Farm Machinery
Fertilisers
Films
Food
Gas
General Merchandise
Health
Home Entertainment
Homes & properties
Hospitals
Hotels
Household & Personal Products
Infrastructure
Information Technology
Insurance
Internet
Jewellary
Leasing
Legal
Liquor
Logistics
Materials
Media
Metal
Mining
Mobile
Motorbikes
Oil & Gas
Online Shops
Packaging
Paper
Petrochemical
Pharmaceuticals
Post
Power Generation
PR
Printing
Publishing
Real estate
Scooters
Security
Semiconductors
Shampoo
Shaving creams
Shipping
Software
Sports
Steel
Taxation
Technology Hardware
Telecommunications
Television
Textile
Tobacco
Toothpastes
Transportation
Travel
Waste Management
Water

Health products

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CSRidentity.com is of the clear opinion that every product is responsible for climate change.
It can be while manufacturing, business processes, packaging, advertising or anything the product is associated with. We plan 365 000 website links of products. These products can be from any country in the world and we will share the official website.

In 2015, Nielson published its annual Global Corporate Sustainability Report. It indicated that, globally, 66% of consumers are willing to spend more on a product if it comes from a sustainable brand.

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