Sustainability labels are an important instrument to enable public and private consumers to purchase sustainable products and services. Labels can communicate product features which cannot be seen (such as labour conditions). However, today consumers are confronted with a great variety of different labels which makes it difficult for them to distinguish between credible and non-credible ones. Today the German Sustainability Commission hosts a workshop about the question how consumers can get better orientation and how the quality of labels can be improved. ConPolicy moderates and documents the workshop.