AvaCare Corporate Responsibility
“We believe that every person must have access
to the supplements they need to live a healthy life”.
At AvaCare, people and the world are at the heart of what we do. Family is key driver for us. Family can mean just you and your pet, a huge extended family, or you are part of the AvaCare family.
AvaCare is transparent and legally compliant with all our labelling and messaging. Being a member of the much admired HFMA shows our commitment to Good Practice.
100% of all our products are Vegan. In todays World of technologic advancement AvaCare believes there’s no excuse for food supplements not to be Vegan. We are proud members of the Vegan Society
Made in Britain
AvaCare’s proud to be a British business, but more importantly being British means to us that we’re saving on our Carbon Foot Print whilst ensuring quality products. We believe our membership to Made in Britain shows our commitment.
We are actively looking to partner with a charity dedicated to providing every person with access to good food, water and nutrition.
We never test on animals. It is also written into all our distribution and manufacturing contracts that animal testing is banned. We will not endorse anyone to conduct animal testing.
Covid – 19
When COVID hit we sold out of our Immunity products, so we used our contacts to source PPE. We donated over 5,000 masks to front line staff (in partnership with Where Markets Meet) in Herts Fire & Rescue, The NHS, Care Homes and Funeral Services within our local community.
AvaCare’s delivered products to numerous food banks around the country such as 1,800 Baby Multi-Vitamin Drops to Baby-Basics UK to support new mothers and families who are struggling to meet the financial and practical burden of looking after a new baby.
It is particularly poignient with COVID, AvaCare has supplied Church on the Street Ministries with Vitamin C supplements (that are known to boost Immunity), supporting the less fortunate who need to visit Foodbanks. AvaCare wants you to know, ‘you are not forgotten’.