How We Work
As one of the leading food manufacturing companies in the UK, we make a wide-range of food, from branded goods like Holland's Pies to countless own label products for supermarkets around the UK.
With such a complex and wide-range of food produced, we take an industry-leading approach to all our activities with world class policies, procedures and standards.
We’ve split our activity into different areas, so you can see how we approach each part of the business. Take a look to find out more.
At 2 Sisters we know our expertise is in processing so we work with experts in other fields to ensure that our supply chain is as effective and efficient as possible. This allows us to produce high
We are determined to be the best in our sector with regards to the production of sustainable, quality livestock grown to the high welfare standards that our customers expect.
Our business is regularly checked by independent inspectors from standards bodies, government and our customers so they can be reassured that the food we produce is safe and traceable.
2 Sisters Food Group is doing more than any other food processor or retailer in leading the fight against campylobacter.
We are committed to delivering market-leading performance on key environmental issues in our business, with our customers, our supply chain and our end consumers.
2 Sisters Food Group will not tolerate any form of labour exploitation of job applicants, colleagues or agency workers by any individual or group of individuals.
2 Sisters Food Group has a long track record of leading on diversity and inclusion within its businesses.
Health and Safety
At 2 Sisters Food Group we will not compromise on health & safety and believe that no one should be hurt as a result of our operations.
Feeding Our Future is the 2 Sisters response to these sustainability challenges, and is an exciting key part of our plans to ensure success for the future.
Sustainable Palm Oil
Palm oil is an important raw material for the food industry both because of its low level of saturated fat and also because it supports critical economic development.