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Where is Birdseye based?

Where is Birdseye based?

Chicago, Illinois
Birds Eye

Formerly Birdseye Seafood, Inc.
Founder Clarence Birdseye
Fate Acquired by Postum Cereal Company in 1929, other owners then
Headquarters Chicago, Illinois, U.S. Feltham, Middlesex, England Mentone, Victoria, Australia
Products Frozen food

What county is Birdseye Indiana?

Dubois CountyBirdseye / CountyDubois County is a county located in the U.S. state of Indiana. As of 2010, the population was 41,889. The county seat is Jasper. Dubois County is part of the Jasper Micropolitan Statistical Area. Wikipedia

What is the zip code for Birdseye Indiana?

47513Birdseye / Zip code

Where Are Birds Eye frozen vegetables from?

The company hails from Tennessee, as per a source and it produces packaged vegetables such as corn, green beans, carrots, broccoli, peas, and squash, as well as frozen dinners, stews, and quick meals.

Where is the Birds Eye pea Factory?

Peas, glorious peas Birds Eye derives from Clarence Birdseye who invented the fast freezing food process in 1924. The Hull factory on Salveson Way is one of the largest pea processing plants in the world. Birds Eye has had a presence in the city for nearly 60 years.

Where are Birds Eye peas grown?

Did you know that some of the tastiest broccoli comes from Spain and our famous Birds Eye Garden Peas & Petits Pois are grown in Britain?

Where Do Birds Eye vegetables come from?

1Sourced from Local Farmers Birds Eye® veggies are not processed. They are grown with care by real farmers.

What country does Birds Eye chicken come from?

the UK
Birds Eye said: “We are always clear about the source of our ingredients. If any of our products, including our ‘Traditional Beef/Chicken Dinner’, are produced in the UK but contain meat which is sourced from other countries, then we clearly state this on the pack.”

Where are green Giant frozen vegetables grown and processed?

Our frozen vegetables are packaged in: Illinois, California, Minnesota, Idaho, Washington, and Mexico. Our canned vegetables also undergo the canning process near where they are grown: in Minnesota, Idaho, Wisconsin, New York, the Netherlands, and Peru.