Earth Animal Joins the Pet Sustainability Coalition


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Earth Animal has joined the Pet Sustainability Coalition (PSC). Many of the company’s guiding principles were built on a social and environmental foundation. As a member of and with support from PSC, Earth Animal will be able to create and implement sustainable business practices to improve their impact.

“We have a real passion and purpose for what we do and feel that sustainability is a major part of our DNA. It always has been,” said Susan Goldstein, co-founder and co-CEO of Earth Animal. “Now we are thrilled to begin the process of formalizing and integrating sustainability into our overall business strategy to ensure we are making the best decisions for our company with sustainability front and center.”

The company is focusing on establishing and implementing effective processes such as a supply chain code of conduct and sustainability score cards to help them align and work with likeminded partners.

“It is the right time for us to executive [these things],” Goldstein said. “We have been in this industry for 35 years and quality, integrity, responsibility and trust are Earth Animal’s core values. We want to make sure that as we continue to grow and expand, we don’t lose sight of those, but rather focus on and live them.”

“We are very excited to have Earth Animal as part of our growing impact community,” said Caitlyn Bolton, executive director of the PSC. “Their commitment to holistic expands beyond just their products and into the way they do business. We look forward to helping them fully integrate their environmental and social strategies.”

 

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