Edgard & Cooper – the ethical pet food brand on a mission to reduce its Pawprint
Top-ranking junk-free pet food brand, Edgard & Cooper re-awarded Ethical Accreditation
We are pleased to reveal that Edgard & Cooper, one of our leading ethical pet food companies, has attained our Ethical Accreditation for the 7th consecutive year! Edgard & Cooper continues to receive a top GSG score of 100 in our research, which appears on the Cat & Dog Food table of The Good Shopping Guide. We sincerely hope that Edgard & Cooper’s ethical achievements will encourage other pet food companies to follow suit.
Edgard & Cooper has set out an ambitious Zero Pawprint Plan to ensure it achieves its sustainability goals and makes a positive impact on the planet by 2025. Its plan addresses important issues within the Pet Food sector, including carbon emissions, sustainable packaging and ethical sourcing.
Additionally, Edgard & Cooper offers sustainable products, such as organic and Vegan Society certified foods, which re-emphasises the company’s environmental commitments.
Edgard & Cooper also has a strong positive social impact and is involved in a range of charity work. The company operates the Edgard & Cooper Foundation with the mission of ending the suffering of cats and dogs, which reflects the company’s strong animal welfare commitments. The charity supports cat and dog welfare projects across many developing countries where animal welfare does not receive the proper funding or attention it requires.
Edgard & Cooper’s charitable activities and emphasis on animal welfare is a shining example of what pet food companies can achieve when they focus their time and resources on supporting important causes. We are proud to represent Edgard & Cooper as one of our outstanding Ethical Accreditation members.
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