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9th Jun 2021

Brussels

BMPA warns that consumers will be the victims of UK-EU 'sausage wars'


The BMPA has warned that consumers will be the big losers, if the so-called ‘sausage war’ between the UK and the EU is not sensibly resolved. 

8th Jun 2021

NPANews

YNPA Challenge 21 racking up the miles - still time to take part, donate and sponsor


The YNPA Challenge 21 is well underway, with YNPA members and supporters already racking up the miles on foot, bike and even horse.

8th Jun 2021

NPANews

AHDB Midweek pork campaign gets the message across to consumers


AHDB’s latest pork marketing campaign reached more than 85% of UK households, according to new figures. 

4th Jun 2021

Brussels

NPA Blog - Let's embrace free trade, but only if it's fair


Charlie Dewhirst discusses the UK-Australia trade talks.

3rd Jun 2021

HealthWelfare

NPA and breeding companies welcome Commission findings on New Genomic Techniques


The NPA has welcomed a European Commission report that breeding companies hope will pave the way for genome editing in the EU.

3rd Jun 2021

Environment

Big changes coming as Defra looks to deliver on Clean Air Strategy


Lizzie Wilson sets out some of the regulatory implications for pig producers of the Government's Clean Air Strategy. 

2nd Jun 2021

NPANews

YNPA Challenge 21 - Get your running shoes on!


YNPA vice-chairman Jack Bosworth invites you take part or support YNPA's Challenge 21. 

2nd Jun 2021

NPANews

Defra 10-yearly Agriculture Census is live


Defra is encouraging farmers to respond within two weeks to Agricultural Census, which is now live.

1st Jun 2021

NPANews

New NPA website urges consumers to #PutBritishPorkonYourFork


The NPA has launched a new consumer-facing website to reinforce the messages behind the #PutBritishPorkonYourFork banner campaign.

31st May 2021

NPANews

YNPA Challenge 21!


Today YNPA members have kicked off their charity challenge, YNPA Challenge 21, where they hope to collectively travel 883 miles to raise £883 for FCN.