Ethical Vitamins: Viridian re-awarded Ethical Accreditation by The Good Shopping Guide | Dec 5, 2018 | Ethical Accreditation | 0 comments Viridian Nutrition has been re-awarded Ethical Accreditation following an ethical audit by The Ethical Company Organisation, which shows the company retaining a top-ranking Ethical Company Index score of 100. Viridian Nutrition was founded nearly 20 years ago in the UK, by Cheryl Thallon, who based the company on the fundamental principles of purity, environment and charity. Viridian Nutrition’s products are guaranteed to be non-GM, non-irradiated and 100% active ingredients with no added sugars and no colourings or artificial flavourings. The company is against animal testing and their products are sold in minimum packaging – all made from recycled or recyclable materials, from glass bottles to recycled cardboard shipping boxes. Viridian also donates a percentage of their profits to charities – with the majority going towards children’s charities and environmental charities. When it comes to choosing an ethical vitamin brand, we can thoroughly recommend Viridian Nutrition which receives top ratings across the board in our Ethical Rankings with regards to the Environment, Animals and People. Other high-scoring brands include Neal’s Yard, Fushi and Oxford Vitality – all of which have attained independent Ethical Accreditation, following a detailed analysis of their ethical records.