Which Burton's Foods biscuits can I eat if I suffer from a certain food intolerance or allergy, or require a special diet?
Please follow link to our Product Information section where this information is available.
Do you have genetically modified ingredients in your products?
Burton's Foods do not use genetically modified ingredients and we will never do so knowingly.
Do Burton's Foods bake organic biscuits?
We do not currently bake any organic biscuits.
How should I store my biscuits?
We recommend storing your opened packet of biscuits in an airtight container, away from strong light or flavours.
Do you provide information packs for students?
Please email us to request this information at: Consumer.Services@burtonsfoods.com
Can I recycle Burton's Foods packaging?
Most local councils provide a recycling scheme. Please check with your local council as to which materials they will accept within each recycling group.
Yes over 80% of our packaging can be recycled. Please go to the 'Our Packaging' section to find out more details.
Why isn't all your packaging sourced from recycled material?
Over 53% of our packaging is currently sourced from post consumer recycled material and we are working on increasing this further. However on some forms of packaging it is still not technically possible to use 100% recycled material either due to non availability of the material, technical food safety issues or fit for purpose concerns.
Where can I recycle your packaging?
For more information on local recycling schemes near you visit: www.recyclenow.com
Can you tell me which products you make?
Please go to our Product Information section where you will see an up-to-date list of all products currently being baked by Burton's Foods.
Do Burton's Foods use Palm Oil in your Products?
Yes Burton's Foods do use palm oil in our baking, and as a member of the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), Burton's Foods is working with the other member organisations of RSPO to promote the growth and use of sustainable palm oil, through co-operation within the supply chain and open dialogue with its stakeholders.
In particular, Burton's Foods is working with RSPO on the following tasks:
- Developing definitions and criteria for the sustainable production and use of palm oil.
- Undertaking practical projects designed to facilitate implementation of sustainable best practices.
- Developing solutions to practical problems related to the adoption and verification of best practices for plantation establishment and management, procurement, trade and logistics.
- Acquiring financial resources from private and public funds to finance projects under the auspices of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil.
For more information please von the RSPO please visit: www.rspo.org
Burton's Foods is committed to ensuring that the quality of its products is maintained, at the same time as establishing sustainable sources, and not harming the environment.