Subject: Ethical pork

The Harrises, part of Sussex Saddlebacks take it turn, with 13 other families, to look after their group of pigs. Most of the meat gets shared amongst group members, but surplus meat and weaners for fattening are occasionally sold on. They’ve implemented social distancing measures where possible, added time slots & ensured great hygiene, but… continue reading

Survey shows how supermarkets and high street food chains are ignoring animal welfare – not least pigs. Jerome Flynn was so shocked to find that most supermarkets and high street food chains are still sourcing their pork almost entirely from factory farms, that he took to the high street in order to raise awareness. In… continue reading

A Greener World, home of Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW, offers meaningful certification and food labels in the UK, hope for market stability Amidst Britain’s uncertain agricultural future, international farm certifier, A Greener World (AGW), is now offering UK farmers high-welfare, sustainable certification through its respected food labels. As Brexit negotiations fail to produce… continue reading

Liz Earle MBE, Founder of Liz Earle Wellbeing and an Ambassador for Love British Food, highlights the importance of pasture led farming and better food labelling Love British Food Fortnight is the ideal time to stop and really reflect on the food we are eating and the choices we are making. I’ve been writing the… continue reading

The next film in the celebrity chef series features James Knappett, head chef at Bubbledogs and the Kitchen Table restaurants and his chosen pig farmer, Fred Price whose Tamworth pigs are raised outdoors in pockets of woodland on his farm in Somerset. ‘We raise Tamworths because they are slow growing and they have a ratio… continue reading