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Ainsley Harriott

Does Ainsley Harriott produce ethical and sustainable soups? 

Owned by the chef of the same name, Ainsley Harriott is a brand which produces a variety of products including soup. Unfortunately, within The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Soup sector, Ainsley Harriott does not meet the minimum ethical benchmark.

Because Ainsley Harriott has a below-benchmark score on the Soup Ethical Ratings Table, it is not currently eligible for Ethical Accreditation. Despite this, we still encourage Ainsley Harriott to get in touch to apply. After we have received its application, Ainsley Harriott will be offered tips on how to improve its score to become a more ethical brand.

Would you like to find out how Ainsley Harriott ranks against other brands within the Ethical Soup sector? Visit the Soup Ethical Ratings Table. The Good Shopping Guide’s Ratings Tables can help you gain further insight into the criteria that a brand must fulfil to be awarded with a top score.

The Good Shopping Guide encourages all brands to introduce more ethical and sustainable practices, taking inspiration from our top-rated brands.

What does Ainsley Harriott receive a top rating for?

Due to its lack of negative records, Ainsley Harriott receives a top rating for our categories of Armaments, Political Donations and Animal Welfare.

Does Ainsley Harriott have an Environmental Report?

Unfortunately, Ainsley Harriott has not shared any environmental or sustainability information on its website.

Due to this lack of information, Ainsley Harriott receives a bottom rating for our Environmental Report category.

What can Ainsley Harriott do to improve its score? 

The below benchmark score that Ainsley Harriott receives in The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Soup sector is the outcome of an evaluation of multiple ethical criteria.

Even though Ainsley Harriott does not meet the minimum ethical benchmark on the Soup Ethical Ratings Table, we still encourage it to apply for Ethical Accreditation.  After The Good Shopping Guide has received Ainsley Harriott’s application, we will provide it with some advice on how to work on its bottom scores.

Are you curious about how obtaining Ethical Accreditation could be beneficial for your brand? Accredited brands can display The Good Shopping Guide mark, showcasing to consumers that it can be trusted as an ethical and sustainable brand. Visit our Ratings Tables to learn about which brands have been awarded with our ethical certification.

Would you like more information? Please get in touch or fill out a Free Initial Assessment form.

 

 

Ethical performance in category

0

GSG score

59
72

GSG category benchmark

100

Ethical Rating

Environment

  • Environmental Report

    Poor

  • Genetic Modification

    Acceptable

  • Organic

    Poor

  • Nuclear Power

    Good

Animal

  • Animal Welfare

    Good

  • Vegetarian/Vegan Verified

    Poor

People

  • Armaments

    Good

  • Political Donations

    Good

Other

  • Ethical Accreditation

    Poor

  • Public Record Criticisms

    Good

= GSG Top Rating = GSG Middle Rating = GSG Bottom Rating