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Bay’s Kitchen

Does Bay’s Kitchen produce ethical and sustainable soup? 

Born out of frustration with the lack of IBS-friendly foods on the market, Bay Burdett founded Bay’s Kitchen, a brand that sells a range of products including soups.

Bay’s Kitchen has an above-benchmark score within The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Soup sector and is classed as an ethical brand. Because of this, it is eligible for Ethical Accreditation. All Bay’s Kitchen needs to do is get in touch and apply. When The Good Shopping Guide has received its application, Bay’s Kitchen will be offered some tips on how to improve its score further, as well as the use of our mark.

Are you interested in seeing how Bay’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 suggests that all brands begin to introduce more ethical and sustainable practices, taking inspiration from our top-rated brands like Bay’s Kitchen.

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

As a top-rated brand, Bay’s Kitchen receives a top score in the majority of our categories including Environmental Report, Vegetarian/Vegan and Animal Welfare.

Bay’s Kitchen has an About Bay page that discusses how the brand was founded to help those with IBS which proves its good ethos. The page also mentions that the brand is gluten-free, dairy-free and mostly vegan.

Does Bay’s Kitchen use genetically modified ingredients?

Since it does not share a statement or have any negative criticisms, Bay’s Kitchen receives a middle rating for our Genetic Modification category.

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

The above benchmark score that Bay’s Kitchen receives in The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Soup sector is the result of a consideration of multiple ethical criteria.

As Bay’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 Bay’s Kitchen’s application, we will provide it 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.

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