Accreditations and Standards


Accreditations and Standards

As a leading M&S produce partner, we pride ourselves on adhering to the highest standards and achieving renowned accreditations in the industry. Our commitment to quality, sustainability, and safety is reflected in the certifications we have earned for both our site and require of our growers. Embracing these high standards, we actively work with partner producers to drive technical excellence throughout our supply chain.


Going beyond industry standards, our growers are required to adhere to the M&S Select Farms standard. This ensures that the growing of our products seamlessly aligns with the M&S criteria for quality, sustainability, and ethical practices, and reflects our shared commitment to delivering produce that exceeds the expectations of customers.

Soil Association Organic

We are proud to be certified by the Soil Association, a testament to our dedication to organic farming practices. This certification ensures that our products meet the rigorous standards set for organic agriculture.

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BRCGS Food Safety

Our commitment to food safety is underpinned by our BRCGS Food Safety Certification. This globally recognised accreditation assures our customers that our processes and products adhere to the highest safety standards in the food industry.

Red Tractor

As a fundamental requirement, all our farmers must be assured to a recognised farm accreditation standard.

Working with Red Tractor assures our customers that the food we produce is traceable, safe, and farmed with care. Red Tractor is a mark of quality that signifies our commitment to responsible farming practices.


Our GLOBALG.A.P certification requirement for international growers underscores our dedication to ensuring the safety and sustainability of our products. This standard is a mark of excellence, assuring our customers that our produce is grown using globally recognised, good agricultural practices.


The LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) Marque is also required for our UK growers. This scheme delivers a whole farm approach for more sustainable farming, aiming to build resilient businesses, develop climate resilience, improve nature and biodiversity, drive supply chain innovation, and engage consumers in positive change.