Award-winning premium natural pet food brand Lily’s Kitchen has this week achieved its third recertification as a B Corporation.
B Corp’s rigorous testing recurrs every three years and accreditation is awarded only to companies meeting the highest standards for social and environmental performance, public transparency and legal accountability. As the first pet food brand in the world to certify in 2015, Lily’s Kitchen says it has has consistently evidenced its commitment to making sure the business is a ‘force for good’ over the past six years.
At each recertification, the Business Impact Assessment becomes more challenging and requires a minimum of 80 points to earn the recognition from B Labs. Lily’s Kitchen increased its score from 91.1 to 92.3 this year.
The company says this is achievement is another milestone in its ‘journey to helping protect the planet for future generations’. Its stated aim is ‘to tread more lightly on the planet’, demonstrated by Lily’s Kitchen’s dedication to make all of its packaging fully recyclable by 2025.
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Samantha Crossley, marketing director, said: “We are extremely proud that Lily’s Kitchen has not just recertified as a B Corp, but has managed to recertify at a higher level than our last accreditation. It’s a true testament to how hard the team at Lily’s has worked to honour our commitment to pets, people and planet.”
Lily’s Kitchen is one of the founding members of B Corp UK, a global community of more than 4,088 companies in 77 countries using business to solve social and environmental problems since 2009.
“It’s such an honour to be part of the B Corp community and demonstrates that businesses don’t have to choose between commercial success and making a positive impact on the world around them. You can be successful and operate with purpose,” Samantha added.