Green Cuisine

      

Here at Birds Eye Green Cuisine, we are passionate about demonstrating the delicious POWER OF PLANTS, dispelling any misconceptions around the meat-free category - check out our nutrition pages to learn more about the benefits of a plant-based diet!

Imagine: all the sumptuous, delicious taste of meat… without the meat.
Both meat-free and protein-full, we’ve got something special to sink your teeth into - the Birds Eye Green Cuisine range. 

Made from plant-based proteins, this is the meatiest meat-free meal you’ll ever try.

Birds Eye Green Cuisine aims to encourage people to just eat that little bit less meat a week, do what you can to help your health and help the planet, no pressure just do what you can and we're here to support you with easy to cook and tasty meat-free meals.

Check out our top tips for a meat-free lifestyle and our favourite meat-free recipes here


Introducing the Green Cuisine range for food lovers everywhere. From Meat-Free Sausages and Burgers to Meat-Free Meatballs , they’re so meaty you won’t believe they’re not.  Made with a specially selected variety of peas, we extract all the lovely protein goodness then add our own tasty combination of herbs and spices.

And now try out our NEW Chicken-Free range; Chicken-Free Dippers, Chicken-Free Nuggets and Chicken-Free Strips! Formed from a mix of wheat protein they're powered by plants for a sustainable tomorrow. So why not get involved and give it a try? 

Check out the range here

 

Meat-Free Swedish Style Balls

Meat-Free Sausages

A Perfect Vegetarian Option For A Family Meal Out!



Try the Birds Eye Green Cuisine Meat-Free Meatballs or Fishless Fingers now available on the Kids’ menu at your nearest Frankie and Benny’s restaurants. A twist on your favourites, these Meat-Free alternatives are both healthy and delicious - double win!

Find out more at https://www.frankieandbennys.com

Sustainability

And it doesn’t just taste good - it’s made good, offering an alternative to meat protein and supporting people wanting to shift to healthy flexitarian diets

Learn more here