Brands involved | Red Tractor Assured Food Standards

Brands involved

You will notice that lots of products now display the Red Tractor logo to ensure you can trust the food. 
 
Here are just some of the companies involved with Red Tractor, explaining how Red Tractor standards have helped them produce the food that you can trust.
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Added 12 07 2017
In 1890 Eliza Jane Rodda started making Cornish clotted cream in her farmhouse kitchen here in the heart of Cornwall. It was an instant hit with locals and she was soon...
Added 12 07 2017
Flour millers W & H Marriage and Sons are proud to display the Red Tractor logo on a number of their flours to show their British provenance. Family run since 1824,...
Added 21 06 2017
Burts Chips potatoes gets the stamp of approval from Red Tractor Plymouth-based Burts Chips has been awarded the Red Tractor stamp of approval – the UK’s...
Added 08 06 2017
The UK’s only Red Tractor approved bakery, Baker’s Bicycle, has exciting plans to deliver fabulous artisan breads to the nation’s bread baskets.  The...
Added 27 04 2017
Andrew Watmuff believes that you don’t have to cook from scratch to know where your food comes from.
Added 05 01 2017
'McCain is the largest purchaser of British potatoes in the UK, working with over 300 Red Tractor Assured growers and farmers.  Carrying the Red Tractor logo on our...
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