Ethical Pet Food | Meet Lily's Kitchen

October 03, 2016

Ethical Pet Food | Meet Lily's Kitchen

Lily’s Kitchen create natural, delicious, wholesome food for cats and dogs. They use a healthy and nutritious organic range of whole ingredients and make sure to steer clear from chemical additives, colours and flavour enhancers. They are, in their own words, "passionate about pets’ health and happiness. In fact, you could say we’re on a mission to change the way pets eat - from an overly processed diet made with unrecognisable ingredients to a truly natural and holistic one. You’ll notice a difference…very quickly!"

Set up in 2008 by Henrietta Morrison in a bid to cure her beloved border terrier, Lily, of a chronic skin condition, Lily's Kitchen are now recognised as the UK's most ethical pet food company, are members of PETA and are the first ever pet food brand to win a Queen's Award for Enterprise. 

 

 




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