bird's eye


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

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Home to Merseyside-based Trigon snacks, BigD has spiced up its range with an even hotter take on its current chilli flavour peanut, this time opting for a Bird's Eye kick; a chilli that's nine times hotter than Tabasco sauce and Jalapeno peppers
This Bird's Eye edition of the chilli flavour is even spicier that the original taste and promises to be just as popular in British pubs.
Prof Graham Martin, of Birmingham University, will be giving an illustrated talk called Through A Bird's Eye.
Bird's Eye Wall's, a subsidiary of Anglo-Dutch giant Unilever, dominates impulse buying in the UK ice cream market with a 70 per cent share of sales.
Recently dozens of independent ice cream wholesalers met in Birmingham to consider taking out a writ against Bird's Eye Walls under European regulations.
But now, retailers will be able to get the best deals and the best service on both their own brands and Bird's Eye -- which Dean promised is here to stay and here to grow.
Brand share of promotional activity (w/c 21/05/01) Bird's Eye Wall's 16% Heinz 14% Coca-Cola 11% Nestle 9% Palmolive 9% Kenco 9% Mars 9% Stella Artois 9% Ariel 8% Wella 6% Note: Table made from a bar graph.
com, an independent equity research firm, announced today that it has issued a Bird's Eye Report for Dairy Fresh Farms (OTC Pink Sheets: DYFR), www.
He has also served on a number of Vestar portfolio-company boards including Bird's Eye Foods, Sunrise Medical, Selenia S.