Heather Mills firm wins ethical award

By Dan Colombini

- Last updated on GMT

The Good Shopping Guide said that Mills' firm was the most ethical is the UK
The Good Shopping Guide said that Mills' firm was the most ethical is the UK
Veggie food firm Redwood Wholefood Company, owned by Heather Mills, is the most ethical vegetarian food business in the UK, according to The Good Shopping Guide.

Paul McCartney’s ex-wife’s firm, which produces over 50 different “cruelty-free foods​” under the Cheatin’, Cheezly and Vegideli brands, topped the list with a score of 96%.

Redwood beat other brands such as Linda McCartney, Realeat, Cauldron and Quorn to the title and was praised for producing “genuinely innovative vegetarian and vegan product​s”.

Top of the class

Nigel Phillips, Redwood’s md said: “I am delighted to be heading up such and ethical company. Although we are at the top of the class we are not going to sit back but continue to move forward with the aim of getting that 100% spot.”

All Redwood foods are made from 100% natural plant-based ingredients and are free from animal products/derivatives, cholesterol, artificial colours, hydrogenated fats and genetically modified organisms, the firm revealed.

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Congrats Heather & Redwood

Posted by Kristen Erikson,

Being a vegan, I am very on top of which companies offer the foods I want to eat. Redwood has continuously come out with new products since Heather Mills bought the company. It's sad to see "haters" bashing women in the business world. If a man recognized a good/ethical purchase he would be praised. Redwood, Heather and everyone in that company deserves big congratulations. They should continue onward and ignore the "haters" of this world.

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Heather Mills at Redwood...

Posted by Phoenix225,

Other than putting up money at a very strategically critical time for Redwood, Heather Mills has nothing whatsoever to do with the products this company puts out. It was known as Redwood long before Mills ever came into the picture. Redwood is likely the only wise financial decision Mills has ever made. It's time, though, to praise the people in this company who 'are' responsible for its success and stop pretending Mills has anything to do with it other than keeping this firm afloat when it was in serious financial peril.

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