Consumers are becoming increasingly aware that their consumption decisions impact the environment as well as the workers who produce the products that they consume (Carrigan & de Pelsmacker, 2009). This awareness is translating into purchase decisions, and “ethical consumers” represent a growing market segment (Shaw & Tomolillo, 2004). Research has attributed the growth of this market segment to several factors—increased environmental concerns among consumers, a g
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