ACCREDITATIONS

Red Tractor Farm Assured

Red Tractor is an independent mark of quality that guarantees produce comes from UK farms that meet the highest standards of food safety and hygiene, animal welfare and environmental protection. It also guarantees that food can be traced back to its source.

Hybu Cig Cymru (Welsh Lamb PGI)

The environment in which livestock are bred plays an extremely important part in producing this succulent, sweet and tender meat. Welsh lamb is produced on the lush green pastures of the hills and valleys. A temperate climate, the mineral rich soils and unspoilt environment go hand in hand to produce lamb of the highest quality.

This legendary product is recognised worldwide and benefits from a good colour and sweet succulent flavour. The unique qualities associated with Welsh lamb are a result of years of traditional husbandry methods, generations of breeding expertise, and an abundance of natural grazing where native sheep breeds have thrived.

Protected Geographical Indication (PGI)

This accreditation indicates an animal has been born and reared in its country of origin, and recognises the regional characteristics and quality such provenance provides.

Quality Meat Scotland

Renowned for its quality, many consumers will look for it on the menu. Sourcing directly from our suppliers in Scotland, we are proud to be the first delivered foodservice range to be awarded the Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) accreditation. This assures customers that the meat is from cattle that have been born, reared and slaughtered in Scotland as well as confirming high standards of animal welfare, storage and distribution.

Bord Bia

A mark of quality stating food has passed the highest independent standards to ensure a high quality end product. Suppliers possessing this accreditation are continually audited to maintain the highest standards of animal welfare, traceability, and environmental impact.

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