Vitamins: Oxford Vitality re-awarded Ethical Accreditation by The Good Shopping Guide | Dec 26, 2017 | Ethical Accreditation, Ethical Shopping Blog | 0 comments Oxford Vitality has been an ethical leader in the vitamin sector for some time. The recipient of a noteworthy 95 ECI, the brand ranks among the very top of the ethical index in The Good Shopping Guide. In addition to scoring top marks across all categories, we’re pleased to announce that Oxford Vitality was also recently re-awarded Ethical Accreditation. The recipient of numerous accreditations, including organic and not animal tested, Oxford Vitality is an independent dietary supplement company, manufacturing their products in an approved facility in Oxfordshire, in the United Kingdom. They choose to manufacture in the UK to assure their supplements have been produced to the strictest guidelines in the best possible facility. Currently, the brand’s increasing range consists of over 100 stock items including herbal supplements, health foods, vitamins and minerals. The company is recognised by the Food Standards Agency (FSA), Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and have a FSSC 22000 food safety certification. Oxford Vitality understands the impacts of their business on the environment and are making a continual effort to lower their carbon footprint – they are aiming to achieve Carbon Positive by 2018. You can learn more and also purchase their products via their website. Alternatively, you can also follow them on Twitter (@oxfordvitality).