King Charles has awarded Naturaw Pet Food for its sustainable goals such as plastic-free packaging for its products.
The producer of frozen raw dog food belongs to 148 organizations which were nationally recognized by the King for big achievments across different areas.
Naturaw Director Chris Broadbent reacted that the bestowal is a “huge honor” and “a testament” to the hard work of the whole team.
“The humanization of dogs and increased education on health and well-being, coupled with the availability of healthier foods, will guarantee a £2.9 billion (€3.3B/$3.6B) UK market becoming significantly larger in years to come,” he continued towards GlobalPETS.
Co-Founder Jess Warneken emphasized that one of the company’s key goal has ever been sustainability since the founding in 2014.
“We’re so passionate about the way we conduct ourselves as a company, firmly believing we can have a commercially successful business that is also socially and environmentally conscious. To be recognized in this way with such a prestigious award is a proud moment.”
The company delivers its products to more than 200 independent specialists supplying a customer base of 10,000.
Pursuant to UK Pet Food, the pet food producer accounts for 10% of volume in dog food sector and round 1-2% of the raw sector.
In Broadbent’s mind, Naturaw “can make a substantially larger impact” due to its sustainability aim. The company produces the first organically licensed (OFG) raw food for pets in UK, and moreover it is the first certified B Corporation raw food company.
By the end of 2023, the company intends to sell 1.2 million plastic-free products. Naturaw also provides free return so that customers can reuse the wool lined packaging.
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