All Good Organics, is the first and only New Zealand company to be named one of the World’s Most Ethical (WME) Companies by the New York-based Ethisphere Institute. The coveted international list has been published annually since 2007 and the 2013 list was announced last month.
Founded on the principle that food that’s good for you should taste good and be good for the people who grow it, Chris and Matthew Morrison and Simon Coley started All Good Organics to find and promote great tasting ethical and organic food from New Zealand, the Pacific and worldwide.
The New Zealand company started importing organic bananas from Samoa. In 2010, it began bringing Fairtrade organic and Fairtrade conventional bananas to New Zealand from Ecuador. All the while continuing its search for other ethical suppliers so we can all enjoy more fair food.
Not content with one award, All Good Organics had already won the inaugural Fairtrade product award for New Zealand’s favourite Fairtrade product – medium category, in January this year.
Ethisphere reviewed nominations from companies in more than 100 countries and 36 industries to compile the list of World’s Most Ethical (WME) companies 2013, which recognises companies that outperform industry peers when it comes to ethical behaviour.
This year, record 145 companies made the list, which includes more than three dozen industries, from aerospace to wind power, with 43 of the WME winners headquartered outside the US.
Since the list’s inception, 23 companies have made the list all six years including: American Express, Rabobank and Starbucks, among others.
Other known international brands on the list include: Colgate-Palmolive, L’Oréal, Microsoft, National Australia Bank, Ricoh, Westpac and Xerox. M

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