Good Shopping Handbook gets rub of the green

  • Media
  • December 8, 2009
  • StopPress Team
Good Shopping Handbook gets rub of the green

GSHB COVERIs all that planet-killing commercial detritus getting you down this Christmas? Of course it is. You need some knowledgeable greenfingers to guide you through the environmental maze. And our sustainable cohorts at Good magazine have just launched the first edition of The Good Shopping Handbook to help you out. 
The Good Shopping Handbook, a practical product guide for the green shopper, showcases more than 100 green, healthy and ethical products and includes a reference section with an explanation of all the common certifications and accreditations. And its handy diminutive size makes it the perfect companion on those arduous shopping excursions. Think of it as the print version of that angel on your shoulder.

You can get the handbook free with the latest issue of Good magazine (now available at all major supermarkets and retailers), or check it out online at where more responsible products will be added throughout 2010.

If you want to list your product in the online version of the Handbook in 2010 at, the cost is $250 + GST. Alternatively you can pre-book a page in the 2011 Good Shopping Handbook now at our early-bird rate of $850 + GST and you’ll get a page on the website free for 2010 and 2011.

If you’re interested in listing on the website or pre-booking a page for the 2011 handbook, call Gavin or Cherie on 09-966-1076.

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