Lucky Iron Fish named 2016 Best for the World Honoree
September 8, 2016
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September 8, 2016: GUELPH, ON
Lucky Iron Fish, is thrilled to be among honorees today at B the Change Media’s Best for the World celebration at UC Berkeley – an international gathering of conscientious business leaders and companies whose groundbreaking practices are best for workers, communities and for our environment.
“I am delighted that Lucky Iron Fish has again been recognized as one of BCorps ‘Best for the World’ honorees. It is stunning that we are a part of this list of incredible companies who are changing the world.”, said Gavin Armstrong, Founder and CEO of Lucky Iron Fish. “I am a firm believer that you can do well by doing good, and these BCorps are certainly a testament to that”.
With a 2016 B Impact Score of 154 – as assessed by B Lab, the nonprofit that oversees the social and environmental B Corporation certification process – Lucky Iron Fish is among the top percentile of all B Corps worldwide, and among the top B Corps in Canada.
Lucky Iron Fish is among 515 companies being recognized for business practices that are best for the environment, best for communities, and best for workers.
Find out more at: http://bftw.bthechange.com.
About Lucky Iron Fish
Lucky Iron Fish is tackling iron deficiency in the developing and developed world through its sustainably produced innovation: a carefully formulated and tested cooking cast iron fish, seen as lucky in Cambodian culture where it was first introduced. The Fish is shown to reduce iron deficiency and provide an entire family up to 90% of their daily iron intake for up to 5 years, and has been recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative University, O, The Oprah Magazine, Forbes 30 Under 30, BBC, CNN, Unilever Sustainable Living Young Entrepreneur Awards, Grand Challenges Canada, Cannes International Lions Festival, CLIO Awards and Classy Awards.
About B Lab
B Lab is a nonprofit organization that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good. Its vision is that one day all companies compete not only to be the best in the world, but the Best for the World® and as a result society will enjoy a more shared and durable prosperity. There are over 1800 certified B Corporations worldwide.
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