Consumer Reports is an independent, nonprofit member organization that works side by side with consumers for truth, transparency, and fairness in the marketplace. We use our rigorous research, consumer insights, journalism, and policy expertise to inform purchase decisions, improve the products and services that businesses deliver, and drive regulatory and fair competitive practices.
In today’s rapidly evolving world, what we do at Consumer Reports must be as transformative and groundbreaking as the new technologies, products and services entering people's lives every day. We are passionate about our work because we know how much is at stake for you. We succeed in our mission every time your family gets a little bit safer, your finances get more secure, new technologies get more trustworthy, and the future gets that much brighter. Together we are creating a fairer, safer, and healthier world.
Research & Testing
Research & Testing
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Product reviews. Investigative journalism and trusted consumer guidance. A leading website. A premier magazine.
Pro-consumer policies, standards and protections. Campaigns that raise consumer voices. Victories in financial services, cars, healthcare, food, and other consumer products.
Founded in 1936, Consumer Reports continues its work to put consumer needs first in the marketplace, achieving substantial victories to ensure that the cars, food, and products we buy are safe, raise the standards for financial services, and improve health and well-being.
Consumer Reports members have access to our flagship and iconic magazine and our best-in-class website that features reviews, ratings and tools to help people navigate the marketplace.
Consumer Reports tests, rates, and reviews thousands of consumer products and services at both its testing center in Westchester County, N.Y., and its auto test center in Colchester, Conn.
We work together with our members to put consumer-protection practices, policies and laws into place across the states and in Congress, and with corporations that directly service consumers.