A royal warrant allows companies to use the royal coat of arms on products and in marketing in exchange for the supply of goods and services to the royals.
Unfortunately, since her death, the warrant has lapsed, as Royal Warrants automatically expire upon the death of the royal who granted them, and companies have two years to remove the crest from their products, vehicles, and stationery.
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It means an anxious wait for the 620 companies that held Royal Warrants granted by Queen Elizabeth II.
The Royal Warrant Holders Association (RWHA) said: “Among other things, applicants must demonstrate that they have an appropriate environmental and sustainability policy and action plan in place.”
A full searchable list of Royal Warrant holders awarded by the Queen can be found on the RWHA website.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/21466297.heinz-cadbury-coca-cola-among-brands-see-royal-warrant-expire-queens-death/?ref=rss Heinz, Cadbury and Coca-Cola are among the brands whose Royal Warrant will expire after Queen’s death