Only Natural Pet, B Corp™ Certified
Only Natural Pet has been certified as a B Corp™ from the nonprofit B Lab, becoming the first pet food and treat company in North America to earn designation
Certified B Corporations® are a new kind of business that balance purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment. B Corp is a community of for-profit companies committed to using business as a “force for good”.
“For Only Natural Pet, the B Corp certification was the logical next step in our Company’s evolution,” said Marty Grosjean, Founder and President of Only Natural Pet. “Since our founding in 2004, Only Natural Pet has had a significant focus on sustainability as part of our philosophy, goals and brand identity. We have always been dedicated to transparency when it comes to pet health and by going through the B Corp assessment and becoming a Certified B Corp, we are able to take our commitment to sustainability to the next level.
Only Natural Pet is a founding member of the Pet Sustainability Coalition (PSC) (http://www.petsustainability.org), which strives to make the planet healthier for both humans and their pets. Only Natural Pet works closely with other industry leaders to set standards that cover everything from efficient facilities to sustainable products. As members of the PSC, Only Natural Pet already had exposure to parts of the B Corp assessment as PSC makes segments of it available to its members to help them assess their sustainability practices.
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