Golden Turkey Quality Assurance Guarantee
The TFTA’s ‘Golden Turkey’ Quality Assurance Guarantee sets the standard for the very finest quality Christmas turkeys.
The Association was formed in 1984 by like-minded farmers who are passionate about producing the ultimate in Christmas Turkeys in terms of eating quality, welfare standards and environmental responsibility. They choose slower-growing breeds and rear them to full maturity. The turkeys are
There’s also something quite unique about The Traditional Farm-fresh Turkey Association, they were the first product in the UK to gain recognition with a designation for ‘Traditional Speciality Guaranteed.’ This is quite an achievement when you understand the lengths that the EU legislation goes to in protecting food names on a geographical or traditional recipe basis.
The purpose of the law is to protect the reputation of the regional foods and eliminate the unfair competition and misleading of consumers by non-genuine products which may be of inferior quality or of
Their system highlights regional and traditional food whose authenticity and origin can be guaranteed, wine and cheese were some of the first to benefit and The Traditional Farm-fresh Turkey Association are proud to display the TSG emblem – it sets them aside from other turkey producers -if you’re looking for the best birds, you need look no further.
You won’t find these turkeys in your local supermarket, The Traditional Farm-fresh Turkey Association offer their turkeys at the farm gate, farm shops, quality butchers and online.
When you order a Turkey from The Traditional Farm Fresh Turkey Association you can be sure of the tastiest possible Christmas meal.
EU legislation provides a system to protect food names on a geographical or traditional recipe basis. The system highlights regional and traditional food whose authenticity and origin can be guaranteed. Wine and cheese were some of the first to benefit, and within the UK the Traditional Farmfresh Turkey was the first product to gain recognition with a designation for ‘Traditional Speciality Guaranteed’.
The regulations state that to qualify a product ‘must be traditional or established by custom. Distinguishing features of the product must not be due to the geographical area it is produced in, nor entirely based on technical advances in the methods of production’.
The scheme requires annual inspections to ensure that protected products continue to comply with specifications. It protects registered products against imitation throughout the