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You & Yours: What does it say on the Tin?

Sharmini Selvarajah reports on the true significance of common labels at the supermarket.

More from the series

More from the archive

Marine Stewardship Marine Stewardship

Some scientists are arguing that the logo is misleading consumers.

The Marine Stewardship Council

Freedom Food logo

Is it organic? Free-range? Find out what this label really means.

Freedom Food

Soil Association logo

What does this label guarantee for organic produce?

The Soil Association

Fairtrade logo

How fair is Fairtrade?

Fairtrade Foundation

The Carbon Reduction label

What does the fastest growing label really mean?

The Carbon Reduction label

FSC logo

This logo is on tens of thousands of products. What does it mean?

The Forest Stewardship Council

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