Lily’s Kitchen, gets Royal Warrant
A Royal Warrant from HRH The Prince of Wales has been awarded to Lily’s Kitchen, a producer of natural and organic pet food.
The company’s founder, Henrietta Morrison, believes in using only natural ingredients in her cat and dog food products, including freshly prepared meat, fruit and vegetables, free of additives or fillers.
The company have now got the royal seal of approval – but what does it actually mean? “A Royal Warrant of Appointment is a mark of recognition of those who have supplied goods or services to the Households of HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales for at least five years, and who have an ongoing trading arrangement.”
Commenting on the prestigious accolade, Henrietta said: “We are incredibly proud to have been granted the Royal Warrant from HRH The Prince of Wales and our tails simply haven’t stopped wagging since we found out! This is wonderful news too, for all our loyal consumers who have been feeding our range of food to their beloved pets over the years. The Royal Warrant is a lovely recognition for businesses who are built on being ethical and sustainable with the highest standards. ”
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