Farming Practices

By using the most up to date processing methods we have ensured that our farms are run as efficiently as possible and our impact on the land is minimised.

Bruce Farms is committed to producing the highest possible standard of produce by using the most advanced and environmentally responsible practices.

We do this by:

  • Limiting the use of insecticides on crops by using bio-chemicals and introducing natural predators
  • Annually housing honey bees on specially planted areas of the farm which naturally aids pollination and improves fruit quality
  • Implementing a recycling policy to ensure waste from our fields and packing hall is disposed of in an environmentally sensitive manner

By using the most up to date processing methods we have ensured that our farms are run as efficiently as possible and our impact on the land is minimised. We have regular inspections from Scottish Quality Assurance (SQA), Quality Meat Scotland (QMS), Nurture (Tesco), Field to Fork (M&S), Linking Environment And Farming (LEAF Marque) and Red Tractor Farm Assurance. Our Packing Hall annually completes its British Retail Consortium (BRC) audit with a score of 100% on it’s last audit.

Accreditations