It’s all good—maybe

The New York Times today offers an interesting reading on, a Web site that offers ratings for upward of 70,000 everyday products.

Wanna know how well that bottle of hair dye or that clean-smelling Mrs. Meyers stacks up? Or perhaps, what are the best—and greenest—choices out there for breakfast cereal, baby supplies or dishwashing liquids to use? GoodGuide looks to more than 600 criteria before it dishes out numbers and rankings in a host of categories.

From water quality and health impact to labor policies and working conditions associated with a specific product or company, the information offered is intended to help us make better choices.

Definitely worth checking out before your next trip to the store.


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