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Antibiotics, growth hormones and pesticides
Antibiotics, growth hormones and pesticides
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At Edgard & Cooper, we prioritize the health and safety of your pets through strict ingredient standards:

  • We do not use antibiotics or growth hormones in our products.

  • All vegetables are thoroughly washed before use to minimize trace levels of pesticides.

  • Our organic range is completely pesticide-free, ensuring the highest quality and safety for your pets.

Our Annual Impact Report and Zero Pawprint Plan

Organic Standards

  • Our organic ingredients emphasize natural and sustainable farming practices without synthetic chemicals or genetically modified organisms.

  • Organic farming includes high standards for the humane treatment of animals, such as providing space for natural behaviors and access to outdoor areas. The use of antibiotics is restricted, focusing instead on preventive healthcare.

Ethical Sourcing

  • We adhere to the Five Freedoms of Animal Welfare, ensuring our sourcing practices support the mental and physical needs of animals in our care.

  • By 2025, we aim for 100% compliance with high ethical and sustainable sourcing standards. This includes robust policies on social, environmental, and ethical issues.

Environmental Responsibility

  • Our Zero Pawprint Plan commits to ethical sourcing and sustainable practices, reflecting our dedication to protecting the environment and promoting animal welfare.

  • We aim to achieve Zero Carbon by 2025 by reducing the environmental impact of our recipes, using sustainable product scorecards, and championing the sustainability of up-cycled ingredients.

  • We also strive for fully sustainable packaging by 2025, including 100% closed-loop packaging that is reusable, recyclable, or compostable.

By choosing Edgard & Cooper, you are providing your pets with nutritious food free from harmful additives, while also supporting sustainable and ethical practices in the pet food industry.

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