Good Food Institute Named Among Top US Charities Reducing Animal Suffering

The non-profit works with pioneers in the plant-based meat and clean meat fields in order to remove animals from the food system
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The animal charity watchdog said GFI helps animals (Photo: Adobe. Do not use without permission)

The non-profit Good Food Institute (GFI) has been named one of the top three charities in the US for reducing animal suffering by the animal charity watchdog.

The GFI aims to overhaul global food systems to make them more sustainable and ethical, by working with scientists, investors, and entrepreneurs in the plant-based meat and clean meat fields.

Animal Charity Evaluators praised the non-profit for its 'leadership, strategy, transparency', as well as its 'focus on removing animals from industrial agriculture'.

Pro-vegan charity

"We are overjoyed to announce that charity watchdog Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) has named The Good Food Institute as one of the three most impactful charities in the country for reducing animal suffering," said Bruce Friedrich, Co-Founder and Executive Director, GFI.

"You want animals off factory farms, and so do we.

"That's why we're laser-focused on creating a food system that is better for the planet, better for our health, and better for animals."

Impact for animals

"Based on ACE's thorough analysis, we are convinced that GFI is one of the three best nonprofits for donors looking to maximize their positive impact for animals," said Jon Bockman, Executive Director, Animal Charity Evaluators.

"We are impressed by GFI's leadership, strategy, transparency, and commitment to metrics and accountability.

"GFI is highly focused on removing animals from industrial agriculture, and ACE is pleased to recommend donating to them."