NSA supports EFRA recommendation on post Brexit trade deals
Jun28

NSA supports EFRA recommendation on post Brexit trade deals

The National Sheep Association has confirmed it is adding its support to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee’s recommendation to Government to formally commit to upholding animal welfare and environmental standards in all post Brexit trade deals.

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NPA outlines priorities ahead of pig crisis summit
Feb10

NPA outlines priorities ahead of pig crisis summit

The National Pig Association (NPA) has said it will seek several commitments from government and the pork supply chain to address the pig crisis at the summit on Thursday (10th February).

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Industry response to FSA Official Controls consultation published
Nov05

Industry response to FSA Official Controls consultation published

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published a summary of responses to its consultation on early proposals for a future delivery model (FDM) for FSA-delivered Official Controls in the meat sector.

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Avian influenza identified in poultry and wild birds in Wrexham County Borough
Nov02

Avian influenza identified in poultry and wild birds in Wrexham County Borough

Chief veterinary officer for Wales Christianne Glossop confirmed the presence of avian influenza H5N1 in poultry and wild birds at a premises in the Wrexham County Borough area.

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NPA reacts to PM’s comments on potential pig cull
Oct04

NPA reacts to PM’s comments on potential pig cull

The National Pig Association (NPA) has said that Boris Johnson “played down the prospect of an on-farm welfare cull” during his interview with Andrew Marr on Sunday morning.

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UK CO2 shortages “could cancel Christmas”, says Bernard Matthews boss
Sep20

UK CO2 shortages “could cancel Christmas”, says Bernard Matthews boss

Bernard Matthews boss Ranjit Singh Boparan has waded in on the current gas shortages, warning that the crisis could jeopardise food supplies and ruin Christmas unless the government intervenes.

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