November 29th, 2013 Environmental Impacts, Ethical Pork

The Pig Idea Feast

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On the 21st November The Pig Idea team served over 5,000 portions of food to the public for free.

Each of the seven participating restaurants handed out a variety of dishes using pork that had been reared by the campaign at Stepney City Farm on a diet of food that otherwise would have…

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