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9th Jan 2020

NPANews

NPA expresses serious concern over Channel 4 'how to steal pigs' programme


The NPA has written to Channel 4 to express serious concerns about a programme scheduled to air next week that appears to condone and glamorise the theft of pigs.

8th Jan 2020

Westminster

Villiers offers scant assurance on post-Brexit import standards


Theresa Villers tried and failed to convince the Oxford Farming Conference that the Government is committed to keeping sub-standard imports out of the UK after we leave the EU. 

8th Jan 2020

NPANews

AHDB pork advertising campaign to resume next week


The next phase of AHDB’s 'Love Flavour, Love Pork' advertising campaign will be back on national television from Monday, January 13.

8th Jan 2020

NPANews

RUMA Chair and Deputy Chair vacancies


RUMA has announced a call for nominations for the roles of RUMA Chair and Deputy Chair.

7th Jan 2020

NPANews

Lab-produced 'pork' products launched in the US


It was only a matter of time, but from next week lab-produced, plant-based ‘pork’ products will be available in the US.

7th Jan 2020

HealthWelfare

#VaccinesWork campaign launched


Vaccinations play a key role in preserving pig welfare, productivity, sustainability and resilience of pig units.

6th Jan 2020

Prices

China cuts import tariffs on pork


China has cut its tariffs on pork products, as part of a wider programme of tariff cuts covering 859 items.

6th Jan 2020

NPANews

Forum latest - will we get what we deserve with prices this year?


'Happy New Year', begins the latest entry on the forum, before going onto predict what lies ahead in the market in 2020.

4th Jan 2020

Prices

What's going on?


Not a particularly auspicious start to the year, with some puzzlement as to why the latest SPP has actually slipped by 0.45p to 162.44p.

3rd Jan 2020

Brussels

Short-term stability, but longer-term uncertainty - what Boris Johnson's election victory means


If 2019 was the year the UK descended into a mire of political chaos the like of which we had never seen before, 2020 at least offers the prospect of some stability. 

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