Biodiversity awareness is particularly high among South Korean consumers, according to recent results from the Union for Ethical BioTrade’s (UEBT) consumer awareness survey, the Biodiversity Barometer.
UEBT’s Biodiversity Barometer is a consumer awareness study focusing on a number of important questions, such as how many people can correctly define biodiversity and how consumers view companies who are sourcing from it.
The survey has been performed in a total of 7 countries over the last few years (France, Germany, the UK, the US, Brazil, South Korea and Japan) and the latest results from South Korea highlight a country well informed about biodiversity and keen to know more about how companies are sourcing their natural ingredients.
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For the press release, please click here.