Ethical food is more affordable than you might think

Ethical food is more affordable than you might think

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You might be surprised to hear that Aldi has beaten three of the UK’s biggest supermarkets to become the second largest retailer of RSPCA Assured products!

Sainsbury’s firmly remains the supermarket with the highest number of RSPCA Assured products at 899.

Aldi is second place with 346!

Did you know that McDonald’s UK uses more RSPCA Assured products than any other UK restaurant?

 

“This news flies in the face of the common misconception that you need to shop and eat in ‘high-end’ supermarkets and restaurants to get higher animal welfare products.
“With their commitment to stocking and using RSPCA Assured products, Aldi and McDonald’s have clearly shown that higher welfare doesn’t always mean consumers have to pay a much higher price.”

Clive Brazier, RSPCA Assured

* Figures are based on the wholesale value of RSPCA Assured products - not retailer sales - which are based on 2016 licence fee income for use of the RSPCA Assured logo.

RSPCA Assured annual review 2016

These new figures are published in RSPCA Assured’s latest annual review.

The new report gives a snapshot of key achievements in 2016. 

To find out where to buy RSPCA Assured products in your area, enter your postcode on our ‘where to buy’ page. 

And if you’d like your supermarket to stock more higher welfare food, you can let them know via our online form

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Date: 02 Jun 2017