Door to Door Organics scores sustainability, transparency certification

Door to Door Organics scores sustainability, transparency certification

E-grocery company joins a select roster of 500 corporations worldwide that have achieved the B Corp designation so far.

Door to Door Organics, a leading e-grocer that delivers fresh, high-quality organic produce and natural groceries directly to homes, offices, and schools throughout Colorado, Chicago, Kansas City and Michigan, was recently designated a “B Corporation”—a company that “meets rigorous and independent standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency,” as awarded by B Lab. Door to Door Organics is setting the standard in e-grocery for fresh, high-quality groceries, customer satisfaction and corporate responsibility.

Door to Door Organics’ mission is to empower people to eat Good Food--food that positively impacts health, communities and the environment. Beyond an already sustainable business model for sourcing products and delivering groceries, they constantly seek ways to innovate, set new standards for excellence and wow their customers. They already hold themselves to a high level of accountability, which made it an easy choice to pursue the B Corporation (B Corp) certification, in spite of the program’s rigorous standards.

There are only about 500 corporations in the world who have achieved the B Corp designation so far. These companies redefine what it means to be a successful corporation, and use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. B Corps believe that companies should be purpose-driven and create benefit for all stakeholders, not just shareholders.

“We want to be the industry leader in delivering Good Food,” says Director of Operations Peter Tighe. “To do that, we have to set goals for transparency and accountability in everything we do. This includes ‘walking our talk’ in our operations, and our commitment to shareholders and stakeholders. I’m proud demonstrate our business leadership by achieving B Corp status, and to play a role in redefining what it means to be a successful company, using the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. We are committed to operating in a way that promotes health, community, and the environment, and want to inspire other companies with our leadership in this area, as we continually innovate in the e-grocery world.”

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