What is your animal welfare policy?

Fresh Fitness Food Limited is committed to operating in a sustainable, responsible manner. We strive to improve animal welfare standards within the business and our suppliers, based on the Five Freedoms as defined by the Farm Animal Welfare Council; we aim for all Fresh Fitness Food suppliers to operate in support of the 'Five Freedoms', and to prioritize animal welfare as a key objective by the year 2026. 

Freedom from hunger & thirst - by ready access to fresh-water and a diet to maintain health and vigor.

Freedom from discomfort - by providing an appropriate environment, including shelter and a comfortable resting area.

Freedom from disease and injury - by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment.

Freedom to display normal behavior - by providing sufficient space, proper facilities, and the company of the animal’s own kind.

Freedom from fear and distress - by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering.

We are also aware that our clients are increasingly concerned about how and from where their food is sourced. We source X% of our food from Collectiv Food. Collectiv Food is committed to promoting a transparent food chain, providing full traceability on where our food comes from and how it has been produced. 
Our chicken and our eggs are free-range, and our beef is grass-fed. We use wild salmon and sustainably sourced white fish. All meat and fish provided is 100% antibiotic-free. 
The Better Chicken Commitment 

Fresh Fitness Food Limited is committed to improving chicken welfare standards and has signed up to the Better Chicken Commitment (BCC), thereby committing to meet or exceed the standards set out in the BCC by 2026 for 100% of the chicken in our UK supply chain.

We will review this Animal Welfare Policy on an annual basis.