We're proud to be an ethical and sustainable company.

Taking good care of our planet 

Our approach of acting with care and respect is not something reserved solely for our wonderful customers, it's an ethic we extend to the world around us to. We are working tirelessly to reduce our plastic usage and take great efforts to source produce and materials ethically and sustainably wherever we can. 

Net Zero commitment

We're committed to careful sourcing and reducing plastic usage wherever we can - and we're also working to reduce our own carbon footprint down to 'net zero' by 2024. With projects in place across every part of the business, the journey has begun! 

Sustainable Sourcing

We source all our ingredients with care, building relationships with suppliers who share our values, and treating them fairly. 

More than 90% of our meals and desserts are made in our kitchens in Wiltshire, and we’re always bringing on new UK suppliers who have the right quality ingredients and the right approach to sustainability. 

All our beef comes from British and Irish Farm Assured suppliers.

*Excludes corned beef 

100% of the fish we use is sustainably sourced 

(as specified by the Marine Conservation Society) 

All our Bramley apples are 100% British

Ethical Trading Initiative

We do, of course, source some of our ingredients from further afield, which is why becoming a member of the Ethical Trading Initiative was so important to us.

All our palm oil is certified sustainable by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) – ensuring as minimal impact on the environment as possible 

Packaging that doesn’t cost the earth 

Collect and Recycle Scheme

Did you kow? ... kerbside recycling only collects 39% of plastic meal trays, nearly half of which are sent abroad - where they could be burnt or sent to landfill.

In 2021 we launched our trailblazing Collect and Recycle scheme.

Unfortunately, much of the plastic that goes into kerbside recycling in the UK still ends up in landfill, often having being shipped abroad. Our collect and recycle scheme, where we take back clean trays directly from our customers, means that 100% of our trays are recycled here in the UK and are turned back into new Wiltshire Farm Foods trays.

No meal sleeves 

We did away with cardboard meal sleeves many years ago, putting the environment before looks.

Reusing boxes  

We reuse the carboard boxes we deliver meals in over and over again - then recycle them!


Reducing Plastic 

All our meal trays are now made from 80% recycled material and are fully recyclable!

Driving Change 

As founding members of the UK Plastics Pact, we work to improve and increase recycling 


Real Living Wage Employer

We are an accredited real Living Wage employer and have been since 2016. Treating our team in the right way is important to us and the Real Living Wage is the only wage rate based on living costs, providing our team members and their families what they need to live.