Natoo earns Pet Sustainability Coalition accreditation

This certifies that Natoo has completed an assessment of its business operations in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 of the United Nations Compact.

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Psc Sustainaiblity Accreditation

Natoo Pet Foods has earned the Pet Sustainability Accredited Business title from the Pet Sustainability Coalition (PSC).

According to the company, PSC-accredited companies hold their businesses to higher environmental and social impact standards in the communities and environments where they do business. This accreditation certifies that Natoo has completed an assessment of their business operations in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 of the United Nations Compact.

Founded in 2013, the PSC has over 10 years of experience in helping businesses minimize their environmental impacts and establishing a network of like-minded companies whose ongoing efforts lead the way toward a more sustainable pet industry. Within their program, accredited companies are acknowledged as sustainably-led and measured businesses that drive positive impact for pets, people and the planet, and are meeting consumer demand for actionable and transparent business practices.

“Since inception, Natoo’s efforts have been focused on having the most efficient energy consumption as possible and using sustainably sourced ingredients,” said Fernando Maluf, VP of international sales. “We’re incredibly proud to be joining a community of outstanding sustainability leaders after earning accreditation status within the Pet Sustainability Coalition. This achievement marks another step forward in our sustainability journey and we’re delighted to have continued support from the PSC in helping us achieve our environmental impact goals.”

Natoo's parent company, PremieRpet, has been a pioneer in the Brazilian pet industry with their product development and ecofriendly practices, having been the first company to produce super premium food in Brazil and adopt solar energy in all its plants. The brand’s facility is also the first petfood factory in Latin America to receive a Gold certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program for its sustainable practices.

According to Petfood Industry's Buyer's Guide listing, Natoo Pet Foods  is located in an industrial complex in Dourado, Brazil, which is in the interior of the state of São Paulo. The complex is over 680,000 square meters and includes a dry food factory, wet food factory, cookie factory, Nutrition Development Center (NDC), and laboratory. Natoo's products are made with carefully selected ingredients that meet strict quality standards and are prepared in an ecological facility that is powered by 100% solar energy. 

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