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Lily’s Kitchen Story Lily’s Kitchen is a fast growing pet food company that has been founded on passion and innovation. We prides ourselves on producing wholesome, organic, healthy and natural pet food for dogs and cats, puppies and kittens. Lily’s Kitchen products are available in over 1000 stockists including Waitrose, Tesco, Ocado, organic food shops, vets, independent pet shops and garden centres. We recently were named 18th on the Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 (Dec 2015) for the 2nd year in a row and are proud to say we are one of the founding UK B Corps. Certified B Corps are committed to harnessing the power of business as a force of good. We have also been voted one of the top ten most ethical companies in the world by the Ethical Good Shopping Guide which we are extremely proud of. To add to these awards we are extremely proud to have recently received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation. The award recognises our dedication to innovation not only for the wonderful range of products we produce but also for the way we do business. Our Vision. Our Values. Our People. Our vision is warming hearts, feeding souls and enriching lives for both our customers and employees. We recruit to our values at Lily’s Kitchen. Respectful. Dedicated. Audacious. Passion. Responsible. We are committed to hiring and developing a team of passionate, performance-orientated individuals who love to win and to make a positive difference in everything they do. If you're looking for an exciting growing company who will invest in your development whilst having the opportunity to work in an engaging and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you.
_This London company serves up nutritious treats for pets, with its lines including a Christmas advent calendar for dogs containing hand-baked cheese and apple biscuits. The company was founded by Henrietta Morrison, 47, after she cured her border terrier