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Fair Labor Attribute

Does this product have a risk of child or forced labor?

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Written by Jemima Snow
Updated over a week ago

The Fair Labor attribute recognizes products that contain ingredients that do not pose a significant risk of contributing to child or forced labor practices, as defined by the U.S. Department of Labor List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor report. The determination is made according to an ingredient’s crop and location combination.

The Fair Labor attribute provides consumers with a clear indicator of how sustainable a product is with respect to labor and working conditions. It’s easy-to-digest and guides consumers toward more sustainable purchases. The Fair Labor attribute empowers shoppers to make decisions that are in line with their values and preferences. By purchasing Fair Labor products, consumers can take a step toward supporting products that embody ethical labor practices, and reducing demand for products that support child or forced labor.

How does it work?

On the My Formulas page, you can select to add “Fair Labor” as a column to your dashboard. You can also sort any list of formulas by the Fair Labor attribute to see which of your formulas achieve the attribute:

If your formula has achieved the attribute, you will also see that “Fair Labor” is activated on the Product Impact page. If it is not activated, you can try making changes in Edit mode to see how you can achieve Fair Labor for your product:

To find out how to use the Fair Labor attribute to communicate to consumer, contact your Customer Success Manager.

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