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Kettle Chips

Are Kettle Chips an ethical and sustainable brand of crisps? 

Founded in the United States by Cameron Healy, Kettle Chips is a brand that produces crisps. Unfortunately, Kettle Chips has not yet met the minimum ethical benchmark within The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Crisps sector and cannot be classed as an ethical brand.

Due to its below benchmark score on Crisps Ethical Ratings Table, Kettle Chips is not yet eligible for Ethical Accreditation. Despite this, we still encourage it to contact us and apply. After The Good Shopping Guide has reviewed its application, Kettle Chips will be offered some suggestions on how to become an ethical and sustainable crisp brand.

Would you like to find out how other crisp brands rank against Kettle Chips within the Ethical Crisps sector? Have a look at the Crisps Ethical Ratings Table. The Good Shopping Guide’s Ratings Tables can help you to discover more about the criteria that a brand needs to fulfil to achieve a top score.

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

Does Kettle Chips have an Environmental Report? 

For The Good Shopping Guide Environmental Report category, Kettle Chips has a middle rating.

Valeo Foods has a range of ‘Sustainability’ pages but they all lack a good level of detail and statistics. Kettle Chips also has a ‘Sustainability’ page which contains the target of having 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable packaging by 2023.

What does Kettle Chips receive a bottom rating for?

Regrettably, Kettle Chips receives a bottom rating for The Good Shopping Guide’s Vegetarian/Vegan category because of its lack of certification.

What can Kettle Chips do to improve its score? 

Kettle Chips’ below benchmark score in The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Crisps sector is the outcome of an assessment of multiple ethical criteria.

Because Kettle Chips’ score does not yet meet the minimum ethical benchmark on the Crisps Ethical Ratings Table, it is not eligible for Ethical Accreditation. However, we still encourage it to apply. After receiving Kettle Chips’ application, The Good Shopping Guide will offer it some advice on how to enhance its score to become an ethical brand.

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 within the Ethical  Crisps sector 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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