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Tag: Birds Eye

Stars from the east

BIRDS Eye is looking east with two new Indian ready meals. Chicken Balti and Chicken Tikka Masala are based on restaurant favourites, and come...
Warburtons

Warbies most wanted again

WARBURTONS has repeated its 2013 performance and has been named the UK’s most-chosen brand. Research group Kantar’s annual survey of international markets’ favourite fast-moving...

All the thrill of the grill

SUNNY weather sends customers looking for quick meal options and lighter dishes, according to frozen food company Birds Eye. And as well as providing...
Eyes on the pea process

Eyes on the pea process – Birds Eye online origin app

BIRDS EYE aims to highlight pea provenance with a new Facebook app that allows shoppers to trace the origin of its Petits Pois. The software...
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Time to give peas a chance

MOVE over sprouts: according to frozen food giant Birds Eye, frozen vegetables such as garden peas and petit pois perform particularly well at Christmas,...
Birds Eye Bake to Perfection range, designed as a fuss-free option that gives families and friends time to enjoy their night in together. Daloon’s frozen ethnic snacks can be served as nibbles, starters, as part of a buffet or as a side dish with a main meal.

The munch bunch – time for big night in quick, convenient meals

IF the big night in is all about relaxing, socialising and spending time with family and friends, no one wants to be fiddling around...
Birds Eye has launched a new product for teenagers who have grown out of fish fingers, as well as three upmarket frozen stir fry meals.

Birds Eye casts net for teenagers

A new product from Birds Eye, Fish Fillet Burgers, is designed to encourage teenagers to eat more fish. Bigger than a fish finger but...

Horsemeat no joke for c-store owners

SCOTTISH retailers are reporting mixed responses to the ongoing horsemeat crisis. In Crianlarich, customers are demanding the return of spaghetti Bolognaise and lasagne to...

Frozen up but Scots cooler on the chiller

THE frozen food industry could yet be hit hard by the horse meat scandal but last year it continued a pattern of growth that...