5 ethical companies


 
Last updated: July 2017 

 

 


Top 5 ethical companies and brands 

 

The five companies listed below are five of the highest ranking companies across our product guides. (View a free sample product guide)

 

All five companies score well across our ratings system, gaining product sustainability marks for using fairtrade and organic accreditation schemes. (Read more about our rating system)

 

 

Plamil Foods 

 

Ethical score: 18/20

Company type: Vegan chocolate manufacturer 

Image: Plamil

 

Why buy from them:  

Plamil is a vegan company with a long history of producing more sustainable foods. For example its palm oil is sourced from organic sources, the company only uses renewable energy and much of its chocolate is both Fairtrade and organic as well as vegan.


Selected product guides featured in:

Chocolate Bars  

 

  

 

Lucy Bee Coconut Oil 

 

Ethical Score: 18/20

Company type: Organic Raw Coconut Oil 

Image: Lucy Bee

 

Why buy from them:

Lucy Bee is one of the most ethical companies around. All Lucy Bee's products are organic and Fairtrade certified where possible. Additionally some of its products are also certified by the Vegan Society.   


Selected product guides featured in: 

Coconut Oil 

 

 

 

The Raw Chocolate Co. 

 

Ethical Score: 18/20

Company type: Raw food retailer

 

Image: Raw Choc

 

Why shop from them:

The Raw Chocolate company is another vegan company. It produces chocolate that is independently accredited by the Fairtrade Foundation, Soil Association (organic) and the Vegan Society. 


Selected product guides featured in:

Chocolate Bars

 

 

 

Scheckter Energy Drinks

 

Ethical Score: 18/20

Company type: Energy Drinks manufacturer

 

Image: Energy Drink

 

Why shop from them:

Scheckter make organic energy drinks. All of their products are certified organic, fair trade and are suitable for vegetarians. 

 

Selected product guides featured in:

Energy Drinks

 

 

 

Seed & Bean 

 

Ethical Score: 18/20

Company type: Organic, Fairtrade Chocolate

 

Image: Seed & Bean

 

Why shop from them:

Seed and Bean only manufacture chocolate that is organic and Fairtrade. Their products are also free from any palm oil.

 

Selected product guides featured in:

Chocolate Bars

 

 

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