Premier Foods joins new Food for Life Supplier Scheme

11 January 2017 by
Premier Foods joins new Food for Life Supplier Scheme

Premier Foods has joined the Soil Association's Food for Life Supplier Scheme.

Part of the ‘Food for Life Served Here' scheme, operators looking for the reassurance of this scheme can now purchase brands such as McDougalls, Paxo and Ambrosia.

Sarah Robb, channel marketing manager at Premier Foods commented: "We're always looking at ways we can best meet the needs of our customers. With more steps being taken by foodservice operators towards achieving a sustainable supply chain, and increasing demand from caterers for socially responsible suppliers, we're proud that we can offer a number of products within our foodservice portfolio as part of the Food For Life Supplier Scheme."

The Soil Association's rebranded "Food for Life Served Here" scheme demonstrates best practise in the industry. Caterers with the bronze Mark have been recognised for serving fresh food that meets nutritional guidelines and helps make healthy eating easier. At bronze award level, the Mark addresses many key concerns and provides assurance to consumers that meals are traceable, healthy, made from fresh ingredients and are free from trans-fats and undesirable additives.

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