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#StopGlyphosate
stopglyphosate
stopglyphosate

Ban glyphosate and protect people and the environment from toxic pesticides The Agri-activism campaign for Food and Agriculture is asking people to visit their local supermarkets, fill their baskets and trolleys with weed-killers that contain glyphosate, and ask to see the manager. The store managers should be politely informed that glyphosate seriously damages human health… continue reading

arthur
arthur

There is a good story behind everything on the shelves of the Peoples’ Supermarket in Holborn, a non-profit food co-operative which Arthur Potts Dawson and others started 8 years ago. Now it has many thousands of members who are also customers and are involved in sourcing decisions. ‘All the items on the shelves have been… continue reading

A Pig Thank You!
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walk-fin-pighug

We want to say a great pig THANK YOU to Julie-Ann Randell – who, earlier this month, walked a massive 40 miles to raise over £1000 for Farms Not Factories! It took Julie-Ann 17 hours to complete the 40 mile circular walk called ‘A Coventry Way’, and she didn’t stop there! After the walk, she… continue reading

Moral-Outrage-blog
Moral-Outrage-blog

Activist legend Vivienne Westwood has designed a T-shirt  exclusively for Farms Not Factories (featured in Milan fashion week). These limited edition T-shirts are now ready to order just in time for Christmas through our online shop and EcoHustler. They’re 100% organic cotton and ethically sourced. Help support our work by buying them at £30 each!… continue reading

Article-chile
Article-chile

Last week, our film Pig Business in Chile won the Best Author’s Approach Award at the International TV Festival in Bar, Montenegro. The Festival celebrates television and documentaries “as a medium through which to build roads of cooperation and understanding”. Pig Business in Chile documents the struggle of the residents of Freirina, a commune and… continue reading

Moral-Outrage-blog
Moral-Outrage-blog

Vivienne Westwood demonstrated her support for The Pig Pledge campaign in suitably glamorous style – designing a t-shirt to express her Moral Outrage against factory pig farming and showcasing it on the models for her new collection. Here she explains what led her to support the campaign: Spring- Summer 2015 Imagine Tracy Worcester, now approaching… continue reading