Here it is, our annual list: the most (and least) ethical companies in 2016. Which brands made it to the top and score for being most ethical in The Good Shopping Guide? What about the worst of the worst? You may be surprised by the results!

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  • Jo Salter

    It would be great to have clothing explored too. It’s a big subject eg. fast fashion vs conscious consumerism, organic cotton etc. I run the clothing brand Where Does It Come From? (www.wheredoesitcomefrom.co.uk) which focuses on ethically made clothes with a traceable supply chain (they tell their story), and I know there are many other ethically focussed brands. Getting customer to consider the ethics of their clothes shopping choices would be a big step forward.

  • Lily & Fitch

    good to see a list; but a bit more detail/ explanation as to how these figures were arrived at would be helpful in making a balanced judgement