What consumers say about Triple G brands

M&S
“Plan A and Fairtrade are not just for show.”
“It uses organic, Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance products where possible. It has introduced Shwopping.”

Amazon
“It provides great value and is very accessible for my retail needs.”
“I have had many years of excellent service. I use it every week now.”

John Lewis
“This seems to be the ideal model for business where it looks at more than profit. It offers high-quality service for both customers and employees.”

PayPal
“So many people trust it, it has to be seen to be completely trustworthy.”
“A good, responsible company that I have never heard anything negative about.”

Yeo Valley
“I like the product very much and I like the ethics of the company.”

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