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Higher Welfare Chicken

Higher Welfare, wholesome, tasty chicken

Our new Higher Welfare chickens live in light, airy barns with natural light and ventilation and have 20% more room than our standard chickens and lots of enrichment items to stimulate their natural behaviours. These higher welfare conditions and animal husbandry standards deliver an outstandingly tasty chicken that tastes like chicken used to.

Chicken – the affordable, healthy protein option with a low carbon footprint

Healthy, affordable and versatile, chicken is the meat
protein that has the smallest environmental impact, so not only is it good for
you, it’s better for the environment than other meat protein sources too. For
more information about chicken and the environment, click here.

AssureWel assessment protocol

We use the AssureWel welfare outcome assessment protocol for chicken to assist us with assessing the welfare of our flocks. As part of these standardised assessments, we look at a number of key health and welfare outcomes for chickens, such as the birds' walking ability, their interaction with enrichment items, and other active behaviours such as running, sparring and wing flapping.

Grain Fed Chicken

Our Great Taste award winning standard, grain fed chickens are reared in light, airy barns and enjoy a nutritious diet using Yorkshire grown wheat. Follow this link to read more about our farmers - Our Farms

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Higher Welfare Chicken

Our new Higher Welfare chickens live in light, airy barns with natural light and ventilation and have 20% more room than our standard chickens. Follow this link to read more about our farmers - Our Farms

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Free Range Chicken

Our Great Taste award winning free range chickens enjoy a nutritious diet supplemented with grubs and bugs that they find in the pasture. Follow this link to read more about our farmers - Our Farms

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Recipe and Cooking Advice

For recipe inspiration and advice about preparing and cooking our chicken, head to our recipe and food safety pages.