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Amy’s Kitchen

Does Amy’s Kitchen produce ethical and sustainable soups? 

Founded in 1987 by Andy and Rachel Berliner who named the brand after their daughter, Amy’s Kitchen is a top-rated brand within The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Soup sector.

Since Amy’s Kitchen already meets the minimum ethical benchmark on the Soup Ethical Ratings Table, it is eligible for Ethical Accreditation. All Amy’s Kitchen needs to do is get in touch and apply. Once The Good Shopping Guide has received its application, Amy’s Kitchen will be offered the use of our mark, as well as some tips on how to improve its score further.

Would you like to see how Amy’s Kitchen 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 like Amy’s Kitchen.

What does Amy’s Kitchen receive a top rating for?

As a top-rated brand, Amy’s Kitchen receives a top score in the majority of our categories.

However, we are particularly pleased with its top score for Genetic Modification. On its website, Amy’s Kitchen shares that it does not use any genetically modified ingredients in its products.

Does Amy’s Kitchen have an Environmental Report?

Amy’s Kitchen has several pages about sustainability and the environment in the Our Story section of its website. The brand outlines that it is committed to being organic and GMO-free, as well as emphasising the importance of investing in local farms.

As a result, Amy’s Kitchen receives a middle rating for this category.

What can Amy’s Kitchen do to improve its score? 

Amy’s Kitchen’s above benchmark score in The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Soup sector is the result of an assessment of multiple ethical criteria.

Since Amy’s Kitchen already meets the minimum ethical benchmark on the Soup Ethical Ratings Table, it is encouraged to apply for Ethical Accreditation.  After The Good Shopping Guide has received its application, we will provide Amy’s Kitchen with some advice on how to improve its score further before offering it the use of our mark.

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

77
72

GSG category benchmark

100

Ethical Rating

Environment

  • Environmental Report

    Acceptable

  • Genetic Modification

    Good

  • Organic

    Good

  • Nuclear Power

    Good

Animal

  • Animal Welfare

    Good

  • Vegetarian/Vegan Verified

    Good

People

  • Armaments

    Good

  • Political Donations

    Good

Other

  • Ethical Accreditation

    Poor

  • Public Record Criticisms

    Acceptable

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