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People Over Politics – Boycott Bundle

Boycott Bundle

Have you ever wondered whether the money you spend ends up funding causes you oppose? Use these tools to help you avoid the products and corporations you don’t want to support, while still getting the items that you need!




A buycott is the opposite of a boycott. Buycott helps you to organize your everyday consumer spending so that it reflects your principles.
Example: During the SOPA/PIPA debate in 2012, a number of companies pushed to pass legislation that reduced online freedom of expression, while other companies fought hard to oppose the legislation. With Buycott, a campaign can be quickly created around a cause, with the goal of targeting companies with a boycott unless they change their position, or buycotting a company to show your support.


When you use Buycott to scan a product, it will look up the product, determine what brand it belongs to, and figure out what company owns that brand (and who owns that company, ad infinitum). It will then cross-check the product owners against the companies and brands included in the campaigns you’ve joined, in order to tell you if the scanned product conflicts with one of your campaign commitments.


ipiit, The Food Ambassador now with GMO feature! ipiit will guide you in the jungle of food products. ipiit is a free service and it will provide you with the right product information according to your (preferences) needs and interests. It’s important to note that ipiit is still in its earliest stages and we are working hard to build a great service and to add more preference choices and features in to the service.


We have 210 000+ US food products in our constantly growing product database.


With ipiit, you can:
* Scan the barcode on US food products and find information about them
* Create personalized preferences
* Compare products
* Find better alternative products and make purchasing decisions based on what’s important to you
* Rate your food products and let the community know which products you like or dislike
* See ratings from your friends and other food ambassadors
* Contribute your ideas and voice your feedback to help improve ipiit, the food ambassador




We will ask you to create an ipiit account – why? This way you will be able to save your preferences, favorite products and access your information from anywhere. ipiit will NOT share your email.

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Know which companies are cruelty-free! Use this handy shopping guide for Android to look up cosmetic, personal care, and household product companies while you’re on the go.
Published by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics’ (CCIC) Leaping Bunny Program, this shopping guide lists over 200 U.S. and Canadian companies that do not test ingredients, formulations, or finished products on animals. The Leaping Bunny Program certifies that no new animal testing is used, so you can be confident about your cruelty-free choices.
★ Search or browse companies alphabetically and by product categories
★ See company logos and descriptions
★ Use direct links to company websites
★ Continually updated



Animal-Free is a full-featured, pocket reference guide for many common and hidden animal ingredients as well as commonly misunderstood vegan ingredients. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, part-time veg, or simply trying to shop veg-friendly, Animal-Free will help you make conscientious shopping decisions.



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