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12th Nov 2019

NPANews

Last chance to book for Young NPA National!


Have you booked your place at the this year’s Young NPA National yet? The event will take place on Thursday, December 12, in London.

12th Nov 2019

HealthWelfare

FAO highlights continuing spread of ASF in Asia


African swine fever (ASF) is continuing to spread in Asia, with confirmation expected soon of the first cases in Indonesia. 

11th Nov 2019

Westminster

Minister tells NPA Government 'deeply disappointed with US tariffs


A Trade Minister has told the NPA the Department is ‘deeply disappointed’ that the US is refusing to drop prohibitive tariffs on various EU products, including pork.

11th Nov 2019

NPANews

Search underway new Groceries Code Adjudicator


The Government has begun its search to find a new Groceries Code Adjudicator to replace Christine Tacon. 

8th Nov 2019

HealthWelfare

Australia adopts 'zero tolerance' to illegal meat imports


Australia is showing a welcome 'zero tolerance' approach to the risk of African swine fever (ASF) being spread via illegally imported meat products. 

8th Nov 2019

HealthWelfare

China pig herd recovery will take five years, report predicts


China’s pig herd will not recover from the devastaion caused by African swine fever (ASF) until 2025, according to Rabobank.

8th Nov 2019

Brussels

Ed's Election round-up


Ed Barker on the state of play as the General Election gets underway. Find out what the NPA will be up and how Ed thinks things will pan out.  

7th Nov 2019

NPANews

Members Area update - security advice


An update to our advice about pig farm security has been posted in the Members' Area. 

7th Nov 2019

HealthWelfare

NPA updates African swine fever information


The NPA has updated its African swine fever (ASF) briefing and refreshed the ASF section. 

6th Nov 2019

Brussels

Third countries reassured on ASF risk of PAP products


The meat industry by-products sector has sought to reassure third countries that imports of processed animal proteins (PAPs) and animal fats pose no ASF risk. 

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