Under the main sections of Good Home and Office, Good Energy, Good Travel, Good Money, Good Food and Drink, Good Health and Beauty and Good Fashion, "The Good Shopping Guide" guides readers towards the most ethical brands from companies who do not cause harm to or exploit humans, animals or the environment. Each of the 70 plus product sections includes an 'easy-view' summary table of the good, the bad and the ugly plus an in-depth table showing each company's involvement (or not) in the following areas: environmental reporting; genetic modification; membership of ethical schemes; nuclear power; animal welfare; human rights; armaments; political donations; boycott calls and other criticisms."The Good Shopping Guide 6" features a whole body of research from the Ethical Company Organisation and is backed by Friends of the Earth, Christian Aid and Oxfam. Full colour throughout, the book includes many beautiful photographs of the natural world. The book is read by activists, consumers, businesses, NGOs and government and has 50,000 copies in print.