Author Archives: Amanda

GoodGuide Partners with Good Housekeeping

As trusted voices in consumer product advocacy, GoodGuide and the GH Institute have come together to provide GoodGuide ratings and Good Housekeeping Seal information all in one place—on GoodGuide! Now, when you search GoodGuide for a product you can see … Continue reading

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At last! GoodGuide’s site is mobile and responsive

GoodGuide’s product ratings are now available everywhere, using any device—no download needed. In an effort to enhance your experience, we’ve made some upgrades to our website. Beyond the most noticeable color refresh, now you can search for a product or browse … Continue reading

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Top Searches of 2015 — Products, Ingredients & Brands

The dawn of a new year is a time we often use to look back and remember what happened. 2015 was a year of change in the consumer product landscape. There was an obvious rise in consumer demand for healthier, … Continue reading

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Congress Unanimously Approves The Microbead-Free Waters Act

Last week, the U.S. Senate unanimously approved the Microbead-Free Waters Act of 2015, banning the use of synthetic microplastics in personal care products. If made into law, the federal ban will supersede the state bans, and lead to a phase-out by … Continue reading

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Non Toxic Methods to Clean Your Oven

Ovens get dirty. Sauces bubble, drip and spill over. Crumbs accumulate. Grease spatters everywhere. A well loved, well used oven is also a dirty oven. The easiest thing could be to lock the oven door, turn on the self-cleaning cycle … Continue reading

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Is a Sustainable Halloween Possible?

Americans love Halloween. We love decorations, pumpkin patches, candy, pumpkin flavored everything, costumes, creepy food, crafts, music, scary movies… the list can go on forever. Total spending on Halloween is expected to reach an all time high of $6.9 billion … Continue reading

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