There are so many quick and easy dishes you can rustle up with the help of Birds Eye – read our recipes to find out more.
Have a look at our deliciously simple range of fish products, all made with 100% wild caught fillet. Just the way the Captain likes it.
Discover our delicious and inspiring range of frozen veggies. They’re packed with nutrients and bursting with flavour, so you can taste the love that we put into every product. Whether you’re tucking into our frozen greens or picking up some pulses, you’ll be enjoying a healthy, tasty addition to your meal.
To discover more about Birds Eye chicken, check out our fact sheet!
EU countries are estimated to waste 89 million tonnes of food, and this will reach 126 million tonnes by 2020 without action to reduce it.
The European economy also loses a significant amount of potential 'secondary raw materials’, which are thrown away rather than being recycled.
One of our Forever Food Together commitments is to work to maximise food resources so that our consumers have nutritious food to eat for now and in the long term.
We believe a great way of doing this is to use more frozen food as it can help maximise food resources. Frozen food has an inherent long shelf life, locks in valuable nutrients when quick frozen, is suited to portion control allowing great tasting meals to be made to suit all lifestyles.
We have aligned our general waste management targets to EU policies for the countries where our factories are based, and we continue to seek to improve our standards by minimising waste in our supply chain.
We send nothing to landfill in the UK and are working to achieve the same standard everywhere we operate.
Our factories manage waste reduction to the highest standards and are certified to ISO 9001 total quality systems accreditation and to ISO 14001 environmental management systems.
We conduct research and develop new products and packaging to help our consumers minimise food waste at home and are increasing the proportion of materials that we recycle.
We re-use materials wherever possible, and only incinerate those that are not recyclable.