"Natural" Product Claims Name Course Instructor Institution Date Part 1 1. Discuss the ethical issues involved in the controversy The ethical issues involved in this controversy are stated under three circumstances. Like for instance one involves the Whole Foods Market. This company is known for the production of soap. It claims that it processes soap that is" natural" which is not the case as the soap that it produces has some traces of sodium Laureth sulfate a chemical compound that is derived from inorganic substances(Serena 2016). Another incident is that of Tom's company which processes Colgate. They also have These companies should also put in mind the side effects of their products. This is so because the health complications that may arise because of the use of these products may lead to the loss of lives. Therefore the highest degree of accountability is essential for the companies to be socially responsible and accountable. Works cited Jones Thomas M. Will Felps and Gregory A. Bigley. "Ethical theory and stakeholder-related decisions: The role of stakeholder culture." Academy of Management Review 32.1 (2007): 137-155. Ng Serena "Natural" Product Claims Can Be Murky " The Wall Street Journal March 30 2016 pp. B1 B2. [...]
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