Good Housekeeping Adds ‘Green’ Seal of Approval
Good Housekeeping magazine, renowned for its Seal of Approval, is adding a Green Seal of Approval, according to various news reports.
The seal will be available to consumer products that meet certain eco-friendly standards. The magazine will have more information in its forthcoming April issue. The site already features 41 consumer tips about being more green.
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