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Antipodes Gin Company Achieves Milestone as Australia’s First ‘Certified Sustainable’ Distillery

Antipodes Gin Co. 2 mins read
Brad Parsons, Rory Gration, Justine Howes & Shane Reid at the distillery

Canberra, Australia - Antipodes Gin Company, a pioneer in the Australian spirits industry, is proud to announce its latest achievement as the country’s first distillery to receive the 'Certified Sustainable' status. This prestigious certification is conducted by Certified Sustainable on sustainable practices within the industry, which can be found at www.certifiedsustainable.org.au. This accolade underscores Antipodes Gin Company’s unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship, sustainable production methods, and social responsibility.

 

Since its inception, Antipodes Gin Company has been at the forefront of the sustainability movement, dedicated to minimizing its environmental impact while producing high-quality, organic spirits. The company's journey to sustainability has been driven by a holistic approach, encompassing every aspect of its operations from sourcing organic ingredients to employing energy-efficient distillation processes, using recyclable packaging and planting over 11,800 trees. 

 

The certification from www.certifiedsustainable.org.au represents a significant milestone for Antipodes Gin Company and sets a new standard for the industry. It not only recognizes the company's achievements in implementing sustainable practices but also highlights its role as a leader in promoting environmental consciousness within the spirits industry.

 

"We are thrilled to be recognized as Australia’s first 'Certified Sustainable' distillery. This certification is a testament to our team's hard work and dedication to sustainability," said Rory Gration, Co-Founder of Antipodes Gin Company. "We believe in making a positive impact on our planet and our community. This recognition encourages us to continue our efforts and inspires others in the industry to join us in this important journey."

 

Antipodes Gin Company invites customers and partners to learn more about its sustainable practices and products by visiting www.antipodesgin.com. The company remains committed to pushing the boundaries of sustainability in the spirits industry and looks forward to sharing its journey with enthusiasts and eco-conscious consumers alike.

 

For more information about Antipodes Gin Company and its Certified Sustainable status, please visit www.antipodesgin.com and www.certifiedsustainable.org.au.

 

 

 

Contact Information

Shane Reid

Co-Founder

Antipodes Gin Company

shane@antipodesgin.com

+61 411245609

www.antipodesgin.com


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Achieves Milestone as Australia’s First 'Certified Sustainable' Distillery


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About Antipodes Gin Company

 

Antipodes Gin Company, based in Canberra, Australia, is the nation's first certified sustainable distillery. Known for its award-winning, certified organic gins and spirits, Antipodes is committed to environmental sustainability, ethical sourcing, and promoting social responsibility within the spirits industry. By embracing innovative and sustainable production methods, Antipodes Gin Company sets a new standard for excellence and environmental stewardship in the Australian spirits market.


Contact details:

Shane Reid

Co-Founder

Antipodes Gin Company

shane@antipodesgin.com

+61 411245609

www.antipodesgin.com

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