Healthy, affordable and versatile, chicken has been a popular part of our diet for thousands of years.
Not only does chicken taste good, and do you good, but it’s the least environmentally unfriendly of all of the meat proteins in terms of its carbon footprint. *Cows release the equivalent of 16kg of carbon dioxide for every kilo of meat they produce, sheep produce 13kg of CO2, whereas chickens are responsible for only 4.4kg of CO2 per kilo of meat. Not only does chicken produce the least greenhouse gas emissions of the most popular types of meat, but it produces less overall emissions during each phase of production, processing, and cooking.
Light meat (breast fillet and wings) and dark meat (leg meat) in bold
Energy: 106 Kcal/449kJ / 109 Kcal/459kJ
Protein: 24g / 20.9g
Carbohydrates: 0g / 0g
Of which sugars: 0g / 0g
Fat: 1.1g / 2.8g
Of which saturates: 0.3g / 0.8g
Fibre: 0g / 0g
Sodium: 60mg / 90mg
For recipe inspiration and advice about preparing and cooking our chicken, head to our recipe and food safety pages
Our Great Taste award winning standard, grain fed chickens are reared in light, airy barns and enjoy a nutritious diet using Yorkshire grown wheat.
Our Great Taste award winning free range chickens enjoy a nutritious diet supplemented with grubs and bugs that they find in the pasture.
We work with a network of trusted suppliers so that we can offer you other quality poultry products in addition to our chicken.
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