In March 2020 Ethical Consumer viewed the Weleda website which stated that its sunscreen was described as using "non-nano mineral UV filters".
This was considered to positive approach to nano-technology.

Reference:

www.weleda.co.uk (20 February 2020)

In February 2020 Ethical Consumer viewed the Weleda website which stated: "All of Weleda’s products are free from petroleum-derived ingredients, synthetic preservatives, synthetic fragrances, GMOs, and they are never tested on animals."
This was considered to be a positive policy on GMOs.

Reference:

www.weleda.co.uk (20 February 2020)

In February 2020 Ethical Consumer viewed the corporate family tree of Weleda AG on the D&B Hoovers database. It indicated that the ultimate parent company was registered in Switzerland. The company also had two subsidiaires based in Switzerland, however neither of these were considered high risk subsidiary types for the likely use of tax avoidance. As the company was founded in Switzerland these were not included in Ethical Consumer's likely use of tax avoidance rating.
The company also had one holding company in the Netherlands with subsidiaires in the UK and New Zealand. As Weleda AG only had one high risk subsidiary located in a tax haven, other than Switzerland, it was not marked down for likely use of tax avoidance strategies. This reference is for information only.

Reference:

Generic Hoovers ref (2020)