About us – Best Foods

It isn’t just food, it’s a commitment

Best Foods is a privately-owned business which was founded in London in 2002 to service all aspects of the Food Industry.

We have offices located around the world to support our main business activities in Europe, China and South America. We take great pride and pleasure in what we do, we are the supplier of choice to an impressive international customer base that includes major retailers, food manufacturers and the
food service sector.

We are also known as a partner of choice as we have very long standing strategic relationships with key suppliers and have been able to assist them grow within the key markets that we operate within.

Our History

Best Foods started as a dream of our CEO Radek, to sell the humble Polish IQF onion into the UK Food industry. Within the first year…

Our Clients

Our consistent high performance over the last decade has resulted in growing our customer base, as well as maintaining and nurturing many of our customers…

Vision and Values

Our Vision and Values capture in words the spirit of Best Foods and what we stand for. They guide the decisions, actions and behaviours of our…

Why choose us?

Why choose Best Foods? Standards All our factories we work with operate to BRC standard and are a minimum of grade A. We supply Global…


Bor Tuchola – Produces IQF onions 364 days a year, and has been our original business partner since Best Foods began trading. We produce over…

From Production to Consumer

Watch our production video on poultry

“We rightly set the bar high with a superior quality of products and services.”

“Quality is not an act, it is a habit”

Stuart Hinchliffe

Work For Us

We have some fantastic career opportunities at Best Foods, please look at Careers section or alternatively please attached your CV and contact us via the Contact us page.

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