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The Honest Kitchen Receives American Humane Certification on Dehydrated Chicken Recipes

The Honest Kitchen, today announced the launch of products that have been certified by American Humane, the nation’s largest certifier of farm animals and a leader in the farm animal welfare space. 

Thoughtful ingredient sourcing has been a longstanding principle at The Honest Kitchen. The partnership with American Humane was driven by the company’s pursuit of its long-term goal to ensure that farm animals are raised with higher welfare standards and in an environment that allows for physical and psychological soundness.


“For us, the term Good Food really goes beyond the bowl. Good food has concentric circles of influence in terms of social and environmental values, and ingredient sourcing extending all the way to the fields where our crops are grown and the ways our meat-producing animals are raised,” stated Lucy Postins, Founder and Chief Integrity Officer at The Honest Kitchen. "Partnering with American Humane allows us to formalize this commitment in terms of chicken welfare as we continue our long-range goals of raising the bar across our supply chain."


Products that have received American Humane Certification are:


The transition to American Humane Certified chicken allows the company to continue prioritizing the fair treatment of chicken sourced for our recipes, while also ensuring they are able to consistently meet customer demand and avoid product shortages.

American Humane Certified recipes will start to hit shelves in July of 2024. With over 170 offerings, pet owners can shop via Amazon and Chewy, as well as over 6,000 retail locations, including independent pet supply stores and Petco, Pet Supplies Plus, and various health food stores such as Sprouts and select Whole Foods. For more information, please visit

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