How have the badges changed over time?

Giki’s aim is to inspire people to make small, regular changes which are good for them, better for the environment and fairer to others. We also look to make small, regular changes to Giki in order to help support our users in their quest to buy more sustainably. Here...

Is a “greyed out” badge bad?

Not necessarily, it just means that we could not find evidence to award a badge. A badge gets awarded when we have publicly available, confirmatory evidence that a product fits the criteria we use. Therefore sometimes a “greyed out” badge could be simply...

Which badge is the best?

That is totally up to you. Some people look at all the badges, some have a particular favourite and some look at all of them but know there are one or two badges that are “must haves”. The idea behind Giki is to allow users to buy inline with their own values and...

Do you rate companies as well as products?

Not at the moment but…watch this space. Our belief is that people buy products from companies. As such we need to cover everything from the issues that users care about, to the products they buy and the ethics of the companies that they buy from.