Study Finds Consumers Trust “Accidental” Green Products More

Consumers think intentionally green products sacrificed performance.

September 03, 2014

The Harvard Business Review cited a study in the Journal of Consumer Research, stating that most consumers prefer purchasing green products that say the environmental benefits were an “unintended side effect.” The research found that most consumers think intentionally engineering a product to be green means sacrificing a different aspect in performance.
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