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Does Daylesford produce ethical and sustainable soups? 

Within The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Soup sector, Daylesford has an excellent score and as a result, can be classified as an ethical soup brand.

Since Daylesford already meets the minimum ethical benchmark on the Soup Ethical Ratings Table, it is eligible for Ethical Accreditation. To apply, all Daylesford needs to do is contact The Good Shopping Guide. When we have reviewed its application, Daylesford will be offered the use of our ethical mark and some tips on how to improve further.

Are you interested in finding out how Daylesford rates against other brands within the Ethical Soup sector? Have a look at the Soup Ethical Ratings Table. From The Good Shopping Guide’s Ratings Tables you can find out more about the criteria our top-rated brands have fulfilled.

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

What makes Daylesford such an ethical soup brand?

As a top-rated brand, Daylesford receives a top score in most of The Good Shopping Guide’s categories.

However, we are especially pleased with Daylesford’s top scores for our Animal Welfare, Organic and Vegetarian/Vegan categories. Daylesford’s products are fully organic and Soil Association certified which rules out the use of genetically modified ingredients. Additionally, Daylesford has been certified by The Vegetarian Society, proving it is a cruelty-free brand.

Does Daylesford have an Environmental Report?

On its website, Daylesford has various sustainability pages which address issues such as water, waste, packaging and sustainable sourcing.

Even though these pages provide lots of useful information, they are lacking any future targets. As a result, Daylesford receives a middle rating for our Environmental Report category.

What can Daylesford do to improve its score? 

The above benchmark score that Daylesford receives in The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Soup sector is the outcome of an assessment of multiple ethical criteria.

Because Daylesford has already met the minimum ethical benchmark on the Soup Ethical Ratings Table, The Good Shopping Guide encourages it to apply for Ethical Accreditation. After we have received Daylesford’s application, we will provide it with the use of our mark and some advice on how to enhance its score further.

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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  • Environmental Report


  • Genetic Modification


  • Organic


  • Nuclear Power



  • Animal Welfare


  • Vegetarian/Vegan Verified



  • Armaments


  • Political Donations



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  • Public Record Criticisms


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