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Majority Of Natural Personal-Care Buyers In UK Do Not Check For Certification

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Eighty-nine percent of natural personal-care buyers in the UK say avoiding synthetic chemicals is important or very important to them; however, certification seems not to be a significant factor in their purchasing decisions, according to Organic Monitor

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