Obtaining a certification can be a robust way to ensure your product is meeting environmental and social criteria. Organic and biodynamic produced foods are growing rapidly. Look out for the Demeter (biodynamic), or BioGro or Asure Quality (organic) certifications. Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions and fair terms of trade for producers in the developing world. CarboNZero certified organisations have measured their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and any remaining emissions are then offset by purchasing carbon credits. CEMARS is the first two steps of carboNZero certification, but with the omission of the offset stage. The Heart Foundation Tick is to help people make healthier food choices when they are shopping. The Royal New Zealand SPCA Blue Tick accreditation ensures that welfare standards for animals have been met. The Environmental Choice certification is eco-label for independently proven eco-friendly products. It also has a ‘green office’ certification. The Enviromark certification is a government-owned mark, with a five-step programme to follow. The B Corporation certification is the newest kid on the block. A B Corporation is one that has social and environmental goals enshrined in its structure and reporting. There are over 1000 companies worldwide certified as B Corps but, as yet, just two in New Zealand - Eagle Consumables and Snakk Media.