THE WORLD’S MOST AWARD-WINNING FOODS
OUR UNIQUE FOODS, KITCHENS AND FRESH LOCAL INGREDIENTS HAVE EARNED US A REPUTATION FOR INNOVATION AS WELL AS SOME PRESTIGIOUS INDUSTRY AWARDS — MORE THAN ANY OTHER PET FOOD MAKER IN THE WORLD IN FACT, INCLUDING PET FOOD OF THE YEAR FOR THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS.
PET FOOD OF THE YEAR, 2009 – 2012
THE GLYCEMIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF WASHINGTON, DC. SELECTED ORIJEN AS THE PET FOOD OF THE YEAR FOR 2009-2010, 2010-2011, AND 2011 TO 2012.
By authorization of the United States government, the Canadian government and the United Kingdom, the Medical Advisory Board, Senior Staff, and Associate Research Fellows of the Glycemic Research Institute® (GRI) conduct Independent Clinical and Analytical research on Pet Foods to determine the healthiest overall products, focusing on anti-aging, diabetes, arthritis, glycemic, and blood glucose and insulin response, in the canine and feline.
The Pet Food of the Year is a global award presented by the Glycemic Research Institute®, for the Best Overall Healthiest Pet Food.The strict Award criteria involves in-depth analysis of the product and its suitability, based on ingredients, glycemic-response, diabetic-response, anti-aging factors, and biochemical requirements of the species.
|2015 Premier’s Award of Distinction
Alberta Chamber of Commerce
Sponsored by Alberta Human Services, the Premier’s Award of Distinction is a prestigious award that is presented to an Alberta business that is dedicated to helping to build a better Alberta. The business must also demonstrate outstanding achievement and leadership, and an ongoing involvement in community events and organizations locally and/or provincially.
The Alberta Business Awards of Distinction are presented by the Alberta Chamber of Commerce.
|2014 Leadership Awards – Innovation
Food in Canada Magazine and Grant Thornton LLP
Food in Canada awarded Champion Petfoods with an Innovation award for their 2014 Leadership Awards, which were revealed in the April 2014 issue.The awards are presented to Canadian companies in 5 specific categories: Growth, Innovation, Stewardship, Community and Industry Leadership, and Health and Wellness.
|2014 Alberta Award of Distinction – Export
Alberta Chamber of Commerce
Honoured to be a finalist for 2 years in a row, Champion Petfoods was the recipient of the Alberta Chambers of Commerce Award of Distinction in the Export Category.The Alberta Business Awards of Distinction are the most prestigious business awards in Alberta; they are presented annually to businesses and organizations in various categories.
|2014 Alberta Export Award – Agricultural and Consumer Products
The Canadian Manufactures & Exporters and the Government of Alberta
The Alberta Export Awards, presented by the Canadian Manufactures & Exporters and the Government of Alberta, are the province’s most prestigious awards paying tribute to the innovative approaches and contributions of Alberta export companies from all regions of the province, as well as those individuals who create these success stories.The award for Agricultural and Consumer Products recognizes an Alberta company that specializes in and exports end products for direct-to-consumer or retail markets.
Top Dog Awards by popular vote 1ST PLACE BEST FOOD (2013, 2012)
|Nashville Paw Magazine
Readers’ Choice Award for Best Holistic Pet Food (2012)
|RATE IT ALL – PET FOOD OF THE DECADE 2000-2009
ORIJEN was named ‘Pet Food of the Decade’ by Rate It All, America’s largest consumer review web site.
|ERNST & YOUNG ENTRPRENEUR OF THE YEAR 2008
An internationally recognized award presented for innovative, world-class kitchens.
Of the 1,500 dog foods reviewed by Dog Food Analysis, ORIJEN has received the highest 5 & 6-star rankings.
|THE WHOLE DOG JOURNAL
ORIJEN is approved by the Whole Dog Journal – an American publication respected for its unbiased reviews.
Awarded by the Government of Alberta in recognition of innovative pet foods from fresh local ingredients.
|ALBERTA PREMIERS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
Awarded by Alberta’s Premier for creating progressive and sustained change in the pet food industry.