As a B Corp, Cabot strives to meet verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. Our commitment to these rigorous standards returns meaningful benefits to employees and consumers alike, and measures not only sound viability, but impact on the communities we serve, and on the natural environment in which we live and work.
Over a century ago, 94 farmers formed Cabot Creamery Co-operative, based on the belief that together, they could do more. The Co-op is now made up of 800 farm families throughout New York and New England who are committed to making the highest quality dairy products while giving back to their communities and stewarding their land. Our Farmers’ attention to these three bottom lines; people, place, and profit are an essential part of Cabot’s legacy. For us, the B Corp certification is a public way of affirming what we’ve always believed, that together, we can do better. Here at Cabot, we're excited about initiatives like the Department of Gratitude and the innovative practices at our creameries. All this comes together to make cheese and dairy products that are not only the World’s Best, but which really are best for the world.
Read more about why Cabot believes the movement is good for all business in the Harvard Business Review.
We know that B Corps represent the best companies in the world as the best companies for the world. At Cabot, we're proud to join over 3,000 B Corps, across 150 industries and 71 countries who together drive positive change through the power of what they do and how they do business.
We’re honored to partner with fellow New England and New York B Corps like King Arthur Flour, Seventh Generation, Pete and Gerry's, Lake Champlain Chocolates, Vermont Creamery, Luke’s Lobster, Gardener’s Supply and many more to produce award-winning products that support communities and the environment.
We invite you to learn more about why B Corps matter, and why Cabot is a proud B Corp.
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