At Sainsbury’s, we believe that no matter what your budget, you should have access to food that doesn’t cost the earth. From our everyday teabags to Alaskan pollock fish fingers, we’re proud to support sustainable and ethical sourcing standards across our basics range and beyond. Just because something’s great value, doesn’t mean we forget our values.Take a closer look at some of our products here, including some delicious recipes for you to try.
Our MSC-accredited basics Fish Fingers are made from Alaskan pollock, a delicious fish with healthy stock levels that has all the flavour and nutrition of cod.
Tempting light pancakes with bananas and honey
Our basics bananas may come in different shapes and sizes, but they all come with a promise of ethical farming standards.
With 100% British basics self-raising flour, we're able to establish an efficient and traceable UK food chain, which underpins our commitment to British farmers and hundreds of dishes from bread to beautiful cakes.
Animal welfare matters to us, so we ve partnered with a pig farm in Yorkshire where we work on new and innovative ways to improve rearing and breeding conditions.
With 100% British flour, we're able to establish an efficient and traceable UK food chain, which underpins our commitment to British farmers and hundreds of dishes from beautiful cakes to cookies.
From mild to mature, our cheddar cheeses are British, made from our recipe with British-farmed milk. With a flavour strength of 4, our mature Cheddar doesn t compromise on flavour and is delicious on its own or in cheesy recipes.
Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs
Crisp pastry base with a salmon and dill filling
Our basics Scottish smoked salmon is sourced from Scottish farms accredited by the RSPCA s Freedom Food scheme, so you can be sure that we source our fish sustainably.
Our basics tea has the Fairtrade stamp of approval. Made from mixed-grade leaves from Malawi, our great-value tea bags make the perfect cuppa.