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Shoppers say they want sustainable goods but....

A recent article on SaltWire highlighted a puzzling consumer trend. While shoppers vocally express a preference for sustainable products, many aren't willing to pay a premium for them. This disparity between intention and action raises questions about the genuine commitment to environmental sustainability. To bridge this gap, businesses might need to rethink their marketing strategies, emphasizing the long-term cost savings and value of sustainable goods. Additionally, as consumers, we must reassess our priorities and recognize that investing a little more today can lead to a healthier planet tomorrow. It's a collective effort – both from producers and consumers.

"It feels like our consumers are asking for sustainability but they are not looking to compromise on price or quality."


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