Whatever your budget or whatever you choose to eat, from lamb hot pot to homemade mince stew, our UK farm assured range of meat and poultry is certified by the iconic Red Tractor, meaning quality British produce that’s good for you and good for Britain. The Red Tractor is only found on food and drinks that are sourced from UK farms and have been checked from farm to pack. We subscribe to and meet the requirements of this scheme and are licensees of the nationally recognised logo. Since its introduction in 2000, the farm assured Red Tractor has become a symbol of food quality, a mark ensuring that highest standards are being met throughout the supply chain. The kitemark is also a guarantee that the produce can be traced back to the farm of origin, with regular inspections.
Meat and poultry in our farm assured range is processed to the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Boards quality standard, meeting a minimum standard of quality for a consistent processed meat. To meet these standards, all livestock must be sourced from farms operating in compliance with a scheme, and must be transported, slaughtered and processed in a manner meeting their criteria. As a trusted processor, we are a registered member of the scheme.
All of the meats in our farm assured range are processed to Red Tractor certified standards, complying with hygiene, animal welfare and environment onjectives. This logo on our packaging means that our meats have met responsible production standards and are fully traceable back to independently inspected farms in the UK.
Seventy years ago chicken was eaten as a treat, and British people ate less than a kilo each in a whole year. However, in present times poultry is the nation’s favourite meat and its popularity is growing, with each of us eating around twenty five kilogrames of chicken every year, or two kilogrames a month. It is a great source of protein, enjoyed by many as part of a nutritionally balanced diet. Our range of processed poultry meets growing food sector demand, working with our supply chain to produce and process cuts of chicken and turkey to a high standard, from farm to fork, whether jointed, minced or diced at a wide range of price points.
This is a leading safety and quality certification program, standards to which all of our meat and poultry adheres to. This standardisation of quality, safety and operational criteria ensures that manufacturers fulfil their legal obligations, providing protection for the consumer.
Selected ranges of our poultry are produced and processed to Halal certified standards, working with a supply chain approved by the Food Standards Agency from farm to product. Our ranges produced to this standard assures the Muslim community that our food meets the high standards of Halal.
Imported lamb may be available all year round, but in season British lamb is hard to beat. Sheep thrive in a variety of climates and have been the principal meat source across the continent for centuries. In this county the industrial revolution sparked an increased demand for meat, and led to the increase of breeding sheep for meat. We can now reap the reward of several generations of selective breeding for taste and texture, and well-reared lamb today is likely to be better than any eaten at any time in the past. Our range of processed lamb meets growing food sector demand, working with our supply chain to produce and process cuts of lamb to a high standard, from farm to fork, whether jointed, minced or diced at a wide range of price points.
How we farm affects the quality of the food we eat. We offer a range of organic meat and poultry which supports sustainable farming practices, ensuring higher standards of animal welfare and a more traceable process of production. Look for this logo on our organic processed meat ranges.
All of our lamb is processed to Red Tractor certified standards, complying with hygiene, animal welfare and environment onjectives. This logo on our packaging means that our meats have met responsible production standards and are fully traceable back to independently inspected farms in the UK.