Subject: Ethical pork

Eat for Victory!

This post was written by Clare from Eat for Victory – she is a Pig Pledge supporter (www.pigpledge.org), nutritional expert and is helping people learn about and immerse themselves in their good, clean food roots. For more information visit http://eatforvictory.co.uk/. Know your producers and support sound practice – sign the pig pledge! As you know,… continue reading

Going vegan or vegetarian is admirable, and we at Farms Not Factories fully support it, hence the ‘go meat-free’ option on our Pig Pledge form. We recognise however that for many people going meat-free is not an option, so we make it easier for them to choose ethically produced pork through our supermarket labelling guide… continue reading

Farms Not Factories was excited to see our Pig Pledge campaign written up by one of our supporter butchers, The Butchery. Located at two permanent locations as well as popping up at farmers markets, The Butchery offers their thoughtfully sourced, free range meats to individuals and business around London. They are also known for supplying… continue reading

Want to support farmers who are raising pigs ethically? Take the Pig Pledge today and vote with your wallet every time you shop! Check out our High Welfare Directory to source meat directly from a farmer or to find a restaurant near you serving ethically produced meat. Bellair Haye Pork In the 1960’s my grandparents… continue reading

Want to support farmers who are raising pigs ethically? Take the Pig Pledge today and vote with your wallet every time you shop! Check out our High Welfare Directory to source meat directly from a farmer or to find a restaurant near you serving ethically produced meat.  The Merry Pig Based in the Chiltern Hills in… continue reading

BBC photo We all know our consumption of meat in the West is unsustainable, yet we rarely question why. Conflicting information and often bitter truths have created a culture of denial. The horsemeat scandal forced us to perk up and pay more attention to labelling, yet, most of us don’t know what the labels really… continue reading