Farm Case Study 11: Good Life Meat, Staffordshire

Helen Dale & her husband keep rare traditional British breeds of pig at The Good Life Meat Company, which are all slow grown. Helen says fortunately some good things have come out of the coronavirus pandemic. They have built up more local contacts as they are interested in producing for local markets. Helen says people have started to question where their food comes from and how it’s produced, in Britain and abroad. She hopes this conversation will continue.

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