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Old World plant with axillary racemes of blue-and-white flowers

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The Disney offerings by Birds Eye feature pastas in the shape of today's favorite Disney characters including Anna, Elsa, and Olaf from Disney's Frozen; Lightning McQueen and Mater from Disney-Pixar's Cars; and classic characters Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
Birds Eye operates four factories in Lowestoft producing around 120,000 tonnes of premium branded frozen vegetable, chicken and fish products every year.
Parsippany, New Jersey-based Pinnacle saw a two-month sales increase for its Birds Eye frozen vegetables last year during a $2 million marketing push on the Nickelodeon channel targeting kids, part of an initiative related to US first lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move
Birds Eye has identified an Irish meat processor as the source of horsemeat contamination in three of its products.
As a result of the move, 5,200t of MSC-certified sustainable fish products would be added to the UK market, Birds Eye said.
The commercial team at the Birmingham-based firm worked with long-standing client Birds Eye Iglo Group on the deal, which will set up a new distribution strategy for the company in the UK.
The squash was produced by a third party, Chase Farms, based in Walkerville MI, which has ceased production and distribution for Birds Eye while it investigates the problem.
Birds Eye said the letters should have arrived earlier and claimed they were given wrong advice over costs.
Birds Eye has also ensured none of its foods contain trans Fats(3).
Unilever looks set to end its 63-year association with Birds Eye after agreeing to sell most of its European frozen foods business for pounds 1.
PRIVATE equity group Permira is said to be poised to make a bid for the frozen foods arm of Unilever which includes Birds Eye.
of Siloam Springs has purchased the Freshlike canned vegetable business from Birds Eye Foods Inc.
CONSUMERS have been advised to return products from a Birds Eye potato range after it emerged that some may contain metal fragments.
TO celebrate National Barbecue Week the Evening Telegraph has teamed up with Birds Eye to offer six lucky readers a selection of 12 quality red wines, six wine glasses and a pack of Birds Eye new Homestyle Burgers.
8kg bag of prime, freshly-frozen Birds Eye Garden Peas.