TORONTO, Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - GreenSpace Brands Inc. ("GreenSpace" or "the Company") (TSXV: JTR) is pleased to announce that it has officially become a Certified B Corporation ("B Corp"). B Corps are a new kind of company that use the power of business as a force for good. GreenSpace joins the rapidly growing movement of more than 2,500 Certified B Corps from 130 industries, across 50 countries including companies like Patagonia, Danone, and Ben & Jerry's.
Certified B Corps believe it is important to include additional considerations on how success is measured in the business world. B Corps voluntarily meet high standards for social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. As a Certified B Corp, GreenSpace will measure and manage the impact of its business on its employees, community and the environment with close to as much rigor as it manages and monitors its profits.
"From day one the team has believed that working at GreenSpace is about building something bigger than ourselves. We continue to focus on having a positive impact on our communities, the environment and our employees, as we believe through these initiatives we can deliver on our promise of better to more, and ultimately drive returns for our shareholders. It truly is an honour to be a part of such a great community of B Corp members." said Aaron Skelton, COO of GreenSpace Brands Inc.
"We are thrilled to welcome GreenSpace to our Canadian B Corp movement. We're excited to see larger companies taking the B Corp assessment and holding themselves to a rigorous standard of social and environment impact. The work of creating a more shared and durable prosperity is a shared effort, and we're excited to have GreenSpace join other business leaders driving this forward." said Kasha Huk, Country Manager of B Lab Canada.
About GreenSpace Brands Inc.
GreenSpace is a Canadian-based brand ideation team that develops, markets and sells premium natural food products to consumers across Canada and the United States. Greenspace owns and operates the following brands: Love Child Organics., one of the fastest growing brands in Canada and a producer of 100% organic food for infants and toddlers made with the pure, 2 natural and most nutritionally-rich ingredients; Central Roast, a clean snacking brand that is one of the leading natural food brands in Canada; Rolling Meadow Dairy, Canada's leading grass fed dairy, delivering premium fluid and cultured products across Canada; Life Choices which features premium convenience meat products made with grass fed and pasture raised meats without the use of added hormones and antibiotics; Kiju, the Canadian market leader in the shelf stable organic juice segment; Cedar, the Canadian leader in cold pressed and gut health focused fresh juices and Go Veggie, one of the leading brand in North America in the emerging plant based dairy category. All brands are wholly owned and retail in a variety of natural and mass retail grocery locations across Canada and the United States.
B Lab is a non-profit organization that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good. Its vision is that one day all companies will compete to be best for the world and that society will enjoy a more shared and durable prosperity. B Lab drives this systemic change by: (1) building a global community of Certified B Corporations; (2) promoting Mission Alignment using innovative corporate structures like the benefit corporation to align the interests of business with those of society; (3) helping tens of thousands of businesses, investors and institutions Measure What Matters, by using the B Impact Assessment and B Analytics to manage their impact — and the impact of the businesses with which they work — with as much rigor as their profits; and (4) inspiring millions to join the movement through compelling storytelling by its multi-platform branded media company B the Change Media. For more information, visit www.bcorporation.net.
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