The Union Jack on our logo confirms your food has been 100% produced in the UK, with every step of the food journey checked from farm to pack. In fact, all food and drink can be traced right back through the supply chain to British farms.
Whatever your budget and whatever you choose to eat, from chicken jalfrezi to home-made vegetarian shepherd’s pie, the Red Tractor logo always means quality British produce that’s good for you and good for Britain.
We have strict rules on how the Red Tractor logo can be used. Here’s a guide to our three logos to help you understand the products you are buying so you can be confident that you are buying British food that is traceable, safe and farmed with care.
The core ‘Certified Standards’ Logo
Products carrying this logo must be made using at least 95% of just one Red Tractor ingredient.
The ‘Named Ingredient’ logo
The ‘Named Ingredient’ logo is for products where the Red Tractor certified ingredient(s) makes up 94% or less of the finished product. For example, the ‘chicken’ in a chicken kiev or items in multi-ingredient products such as ready meals, sandwiches, hot and cold pies.