We work closely with our customers to bring sustainable products of only the highest quality to the UK herbs and spice market, starting with our Bouquet Garnis in 1975. Since then, we’ve improved the recyclability of packaging, brought Fairtrade and organic produce to consumers with the help of UK food retailers, and achieved much more besides.
Positive products for a sustainable market
Leading organic manufacturer
We help UK food retailers appeal to a growing band of conscious consumers by providing ethical, sustainable product lines that taste delicious, and tread lightly on the environment. As a business we are Soil Association certified and are the UK’s leading manufacturer of organic herbs & spices sold through retail.
Through long term partnerships with our customers and suppliers we are able to offer a route to market for growers. We are bringing sustainable herbs, spices, and ingredients to UK consumers, and continuously looking for better, more eco friendly ways to present these products.
Together, The BART Ingredients Company, our partners, and our customers are shaping a UK ingredients market defined by great taste, impeccable quality, and responsible production and consumption.
We choose our supply chain partners carefully, looking for sustainable farming practices, low emissions, and ethical conduct.
We believe forging partnerships defined by these values will encourage the positive development of the supply chain, and help create a more sustainable global ingredients industry.
Through our long term supplier partnerships, we can track our products back to the source and guarantee the origin.
Major UK food retailers have been part of our story for over 4 decades. Together, we have pioneered Fairtrade and organic products, made impressive progress when it comes to packaging with the majority of the packaging we use already recyclable, and sourced raw materials with environmental impact at the top of the shopping list.
We’re committed to making further progress by making sure 100% of our branded products are recyclable by 2024.