About 55 percent of people look for green labels when purchasing products. Creating a larger green label could help those people that look for them, find them easier. A problem that has been brought up about green labels is a lack of clarity and information on what the label means exactly and the fact the different countries are developing different standards for green labels, which can be confusing for consumers. Some products can now be found with a green label even though the product itself has not changed. For example some paper product manufactures are no including a green label for recycled content, when in fact many manufactures have been using recycled content in their paper for years, so now they can have a green label even though their methods have not changed.
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