Lily’s Kitchen sees 10th year of ethical recognition

British producer of natural pet food Lily’s Kitchen has been named as the UK’s top rated ethical pet food company for the 10th year running by The Good Shopping Guide.

The brand achieved the top index score of 100, which highlights the company’s continued commitment to ethical behaviour, responsible corporate governance and employee integrity.

“From the very beginning, our aim has been to give consumers a choice in what they feed their pets as well as what the food is packaged in,” explains Henrietta Morrison, founder of Lily’s Kitchen. “We were the first pet food company to use compostable bags for our dry food, printed with vegetable dyes … and although they look quite crumply, our consumers love the fact that they will not be heading to landfill. Our wet food packaging is also recyclable, so pet parents know they’re doing well for their pet and doing well for the planet too.”

“Once again, we are very pleased that Lily’s Kitchen remains as one of our top-ranking Ethical Accreditation members and continues to perform so well in our ethical research rankings,” says The Good Shopping Guide’s Kat Alexander. “We look forward to continuing to work with them and promote Lily’s Kitchen as an ethical choice to our dedicated audience of ethical shoppers.”

Three years ago, Lily’s Kitchen became a founding member of B Corp UK and it is still the only pet food company to be a certified B Corp.