With terms such as 'Artisan', 'Farm fresh', and 'Freshly baked' appearing on our food, you might assume they're describing a higher quality product. But what do they really mean? Yahoo Lifestyle investigates...
Red Tractor Scheme Logo
Often seen on pre-packaged food, the Red Tractor logo indicates that the producer has met certain minimum health and welfare standards, and so we might feel more comfortable buying it. But what does this really mean? According to their website, it indicates that the producer has met "rigorous" standards in food safety, animal welfare, and consideration for the environment. It also certifies the food as UK origin. They also state that all 'Red Tractor' foods can be traced back to the farms that produced them.
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