RSPCA awards four hospitality businesses for attention to animal welfare

By Emma Eversham

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The RSPCA awarded businesses for their high standards of animal welfare
The RSPCA awarded businesses for their high standards of animal welfare
The RSPCA has awarded two restaurants, a pub and a caterer for their commitment to animal welfare at this year's Good Business Awards.

Lussmans Fish and Grill Restaurants in St Albans, Hertford and Bishop's Stortford, won the Independent Restaurant award at the ceremony last week, while Due South in Brighton was highly commended.

The Feathers Inn in Hedley on the Hill, Northumberland won the Pubs category for the second time for its commitment to animal welfare, highlighted through a food festival and its expansion into catering, while catering company Eco Cuisine was highly commended.

The annual RSPCA Good Business Awards reward food and fashion companies with the best animal welfare policies, and in particular those who are trying to improve and develop their work to improve animal welfare.

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