Accreditations

We are delighted to work with many key organisations within our industry:


Organic Farmers and Growers (OF&G)

Organic Farmers and Growers (OF&G), certify over 50% of all organic land in the UK and provide support, information and licensing to Britain’s top organic food businesses.  It is a community interest company with more than forty years experience in the organic sector.

OF&G was formed in 1973 as a marketing cooperative for organic produce but are now a dedicated organic control body and certifier for a number of other sustainable land use schemes.

OF&G certify over 1400 farmers, who farm more than half of the UK’s organic land, as well as companies ranging from small, independent processors to major multinationals.

Their  role is to ensure that the European Organic standards are carried out on organic farms and food businesses across the UK, and to offer support and guidance for businesses who are making the switch to organic.

Find out more about OF&G


The Vegetarian Society

The Vegetarian Society is the place to go for everything you want to know about the world of vegetarian food. Their mission is to inspire, inform and enable people to be vegetarian and we’re proud that they endorse our products as suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Find out more about the Vegetarian Society


Red Tractor

Red Tractor is a world leading farm and food assurance scheme that provides traceable, safe food. It’s an easy signpost for consumers looking for British food and drink that they can trust.

 

 

 

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The National Association of British and Irish Millers (nabim)

The National Association of British and Irish Millers (nabim) is the trade association for the UK and Irish flour milling industry. Our membership encompasses virtually all the commercial flour milling businesses in the UK. Associate members - businesses such as plant breeders, grain merchants, pests control companies, engineers or packaging manufacturers linked with the industry also play an important part in the Association. 

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The Guild of Fine Food

At the heart of the fine food world since 1995, the Guild supports and promotes speciality food producers and the independent delis, farm shops and food halls that sustain them. Backed by 1,300 members, it runs the highly influential Great Taste Awards. 

In 2019 we were awarded awarded:

3*s for our Organic Wholegrain Spelt Flour

2*s for our Organic White Spelt Flour

2*s for our Organic Bakers Blend Flour

2*s for our Organic Spelt Porridge Flakes

1*  for our Pearled Grain and Pearled Spelt

Find out more abourt the Guild of Fine Food


SALSA

SALSA is a  food safety certification scheme which is appropriate for smaller food producers and processors. By having SALSA certification, suppliers can demonstrate that they operate to standards that are recognised and accepted across the industry and exceed the minimum standards expected by enforcement authorities.

SALSA approval is only granted to suppliers who are able to demonstrate to an auditor that they are able to produce safe and legal food and are committed to continually meeting the requirements of the SALSA standard.

SALSA is a non-profit making joint venture between the four main trade associations representing the UK Food Chain featured on the right.  The Institute of Food Science and Technology operate the scheme throughout the UK.  All of these bodies make up the independently chaired Governance Committee which oversee the SALSA scheme.

Find out more about Salsa


Bowel Cancer UK

As our chosen charity, we work closely with Bowel Cancer UK to spread the message that it's important to eat a high fibre diet to help prevent bowel cancer.

Research into bowel cancer has identified that a healthy diet is a significant factor in reducing the risk of developing this disease and we have worked closely with Bowel Cancer UK to promote the benefits of eating a spelt-rich, high fibre diet to support the digestive system. Research has found that including three servings (90g) per day of whole grains into the diet is associated with a 20% reduction in the risk of developing bowel cancer.

More than 40 celebrity chefs and food writers have donated delicious and innovative spelt recipes to our Great British Spelt Recipes Campaign you can find these in our recipe section

Find out more about Bowel Cancer UK