Our Supplier Quality Program outlines specific expectations for appropriate animal care, and we encourage all of our suppliers to purchase only from farms that comply with industry guidelines, including those established by the U. Department of Agriculture and the Food Marketing Institute.What is Con Agra doing to increase its use of cage-free eggs? And since 2011, we have incorporated one million cage-free eggs into our products annually.
"Best By" dates and other similar terms (e.g., "Use By," "Best If Used By," "Sell By," etc.) are used to inform consumers about the shelf lives of our products so that they will know how long they can expect their products to last. We recommend that you consume the product before its "Best By" date expires.
Why doesn't my local grocery store have my favorite product?
Individual retailers make the final decisions about which products they will sell.
The Food Standards Code includes the general labelling and information requirements (Chapter 1 of the Code) that are relevant to all foods, and sets out which requirements apply in different situations (e.g.
food for retail sale, food for catering purposes, or an intra company transfer).
The Code also includes specific labelling and information requirements that apply to certain food products only (Chapter 2 of the Code).At least 20 percent of the adult population in each U. state is obese, according to new research released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Baking your breakfast in muffin tins is an easy way to perfectly portion each morning meal. Read more If you’ve had a long day, the thought of having to cook dinner and then wash multiple pots, pans and dishes might make you think twice. The following eight dinner recipes can all be made using one or two sheet p... These muffin-tin breakfasts look (and taste) amazing. How do I know animals are treated properly in the making of your food?The only way to deliver quality food is to follow quality procedures, and that includes how farm animals are raised and processed. It's the right thing to do, and it plays a key role in the quality of our food.