There is an increase in the consumption of products across the globe and with it, the damage and environmental impacts also grow in significant proportions. Therefore, there is a need to propose methods, techniques and procedures capable of minimizing environmental impacts, which, consequently, has inspired the academic community to develop research that addresses sustainable alternatives for the production, use and disposal of products. Due to society's growing interest in this subject, this research aims to present the state of the art on sustainable products and analyze how this content impacts organizations. Methodologically, the research was supported by a Systematic Literature Review based on 161 papers from the Web of Science database, published from 01/01/2011–12/31/2020. As main results, it was observed the historical evolution, the adopted methodological procedures, the innovations and trends of future research that are still open. In addition, it was noticed that a large part of the studies sought to address how the producer's extended responsibility has been configured, the process of developing eco-designed products and, finally, the consumer's behavior regarding products with eco-labels.
- Extended producer responsibility
- Sustainable Products