In February 2020, Ethical Consumer sent Faith in Nature a questionnaire requesting information about its environmental reporting policies and practices. The company did not respond. Therefore Ethical Consumer relied on publicly available information to make its assessment.
The company was a British company and stated that it prioritised local production in Britain. The ‘our story’ section of the website provided a list of what was not used in the company’s products. This list included the following:
No Genetically Modified ingredients.
No synthetic colouring or fragrances.
No SLES, SLS or Parabens.
No artificial preservatives.
No BPA plastic (and we use rPET bottles wherever possible).
No Methylisothiazolinone (MI)
It doesn’t use animal products in any of its products.
Apart from this page the company did not appear to have a publicly available environmental policy or report.
However, as the company was a small company (turnover of less than £10.2 million), it was assessed for an exemption if it was deemed to be providing consumers with an environmental alternative in the sectors it operated in. As the company produced 100% Vegan certified and Cruelty-free products that were made from naturally derived or Organically certified ingredients, it was granted this exception and the company received a best rating for its Environmental Reporting.
https://www.faithinnature.co.uk/ (26 February 2020)