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    A label is a generic brand-like mark, e.g. union made or vegan or organic or kosher, halal or Slow Food or dolphin safe or no old growth, which is shared by many producers who agree to a common standard of production behaviour and potential audit of this behaviour. Consumerium will ultimately have such labels or be useful to those who define such labels, or be part of their audit process, since it will contain information sufficient to say whether the product does not meet a standard. In this way Consumerium is like the Better Business Bureau and has social capital with the community of consumers just like they do. It preserves this by making itself not useful to cheaters and frauds who just make up labels or dilute existing ones.

    Consumerium Country is the theoretical place where all labels are true and no one can cheat, else they lose their citizenship and their land ownership.

    Information on labels[edit | edit source]

    • w:Ecolabel and Green Stickers are labeling systems for food and consumer products. Ecolabels are voluntary, but green stickers are mandated by law ( Wikipedia )
    • Sustainability standards and certifications are voluntary, usually third party-assessed, norms and standards relating to environmental, social, ethical and food safety issues, adopted by companies to demonstrate the performance of their organizations or products in specific areas. ( Wikipedia )
    • Environmental certification is a form of environmental regulation and development where a company can voluntarily choose to comply with predefined processes or objectives set forth by the certification service. ( Wikipedia )

    Mandatory labeling schemes[edit | edit source]

    Voluntary labeling schemes[edit | edit source]