Greggs, Say NO to Toxic US Food Deal!

Your sausage roll could soon have a new ingredient… ractopamine-dosed pork from the US & Brazil. Ask Greggs to say no!

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COVID-19 Farming Impact

Interviews with industry experts & farmers about the impact of COVID-19 on high welfare farmers and food systems.

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High Street Survey | #PigsInChains

Three-quarters of the high street supermarkets & food chains we surveyed sell pork from factory farms.

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Pig Business – The Full Tail

An uncensored version of Pig Business is released as US pork giant Smithfield Foods (featured) slaughters 10,000 pigs in Poland.

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Farms Not Factories

Let’s end factory farming

Factory farmed pork may seem cheap on the supermarket shelf, but the true costs are felt by the health of animals, farmers, consumers & the environment. We believe that intensive farming of any species is wrong, but focus on pig farming in order to raise awareness where there is currently insufficient public knowledge. Factory pig farms can be defined as “indoor facilities in which overcrowding and lack of bedding means that animals suffer stress and disease, are prone to tail biting and have to be routinely given antibiotics”.

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“Use the power of your purse to only buy from real farms, not animal factories. When buying pork, look for the high welfare labels RSPCA Assured, Free Range or best of all Organic. Go direct to the farmer via farmers’ markets, online or local box schemes.”

Tracy Worcester Director, Farms Not Factories
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