Welcome to Guilt-free Shopping, the place that tells you what food products to buy without having to worry about the impacts suffered by farmers, or by the environment. Remember these names whenever you buy products in the categories below. No, they are not all more expensive than what you normally buy, and you might even like the taste more!Read More Guilt-free Shopping
Beyond the tiny fraction of socio-environmentally conscience consumers, most of us make automatic choices: it’s the cheap pasta, the sweet oreo cookies and whatever we walk by in the supermarket and seems fresh or tasty. There are however some food attributes that no label currently shows (not that we know what the hundreds of labels […]Read More On food, certification and changing behavior
I asked Dutch coffee experts the challenging questions about the present and future of this daily treat, with the aim of launching a farmer-owned brand in the Netherlands. The topics covered are: Some quick thoughts on flavor, taste and real coffee. The big picture – corporations and monopolies. The raise in income inequality and the […]Read More Experts answer 10 questions. The launch of the first farmer-owned Dutch coffee brand.
And here’s a longer description of each step: Addition of burdensome elements. VSS were introduced to deliver change through existing markets. Although they were undeniably based on good principles, the approach used was the addition of burdensome elements for every level in the market: labels, inspections, audits, standards and certification. Becoming complex and expensive. Although meant to inform […]Read More Why VSS (Standards, Certification and Labels) are failing
Hi! Right now Change in Choice is a concept. It needs to grow. We are looking for like-minded people, with an interest in one or all of the following: – a more sustainable food consumption in general – communication and campaigning – impact measurement – Adobe skills (video, photo) – any of the topics described somewhere […]Read More Open (unpaid for now) positions
The Supermarket Museum: a new communication channel for organizations that have a clean sheet and create positive social and environmental impact. If you are such an organization, please read further and contact Change in Choice with any questions or ideas. You walk into what looks like a supermarket and you see: What is it? Complete the following […]Read More The Supermarket Museum
Change in Choice is a social enterprise. We are the first to work with a Theory of Change that shows how food choices create impact where it’s needed the most, to the poorest of producers, and to include all the interventions we implement for our clients in our Theory of Change. This enables organizations, and in turn their customers, to choose products which lead […]Read More Who we are