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Fresh seed always at British Bird Food

Posted by British Bird Food 07/07/2011 0 Comment(s)
Thanks to our previous experience of purchasing wild bird food, we know how important it is to our customers to receive only the freshest seed possible. This allows the maximum storage time for our customers and their garden birds to enjoy the seed mixes we offer. We pack all orders freshly, mostly on the day of despatch, so it is less than 24hours before it arrives with our customers. This is not the norm in our industry and is only possible because we are so involved with our business, every pack we send out we fill ourselves so you get the very highest quality standards we can offer. In the past we have found companies that send out old seed and when you get it home it only lasts a few weeks before becoming stale. Of course customers have a part to play as well and dry storage conditions away from vermin are an essential part of feeding birds and there are several wild bird storage products we can offer to help in this regard. This was also an essential part of our policy to provide small polythene bags rather than largewild bird food storage bin sacks, as it allows the customer to decant the delivery box at the door step and carry the bags (max weight 5Kg) to their storage containers one at a time. When the polythene bags have been emptied they can be returned to us using the free post label on the invoice. It sounds simple...... so why doesn't everyone do it? well, there's the rub, it does cost us money and so it demonstrates our commitment to preserving the environment wherever possible. Returnable packaging is much more efficient than recycling. As we speak, we are investigating the next stage of our packaging policy, so we hope to have even more good news in the next few weeks.

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