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How to know if products you buy are actually ‘green’

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Lizzie Horvitz, the founder and CEO of Finch, joins the 3rd Hour of TODAY with insight for shoppers concerned about their environmental impact. She recommends looking out for “greenwashing” terms and highlights ways to know if items are made with sustainability in mind.