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26th May 2017


What Short Week? 

Pig prices are continuing on their upward track, with the SPP putting on a further 0.76p to stand at 159.21p. 

25th May 2017


Co-op extends British sourcing pledge to frozen range

The Co-operative has pledged to source all its own-label meat, including frozen and processed products from British farmers from 2018.

24th May 2017


Cranswick results show significant revenue growth

Cranswick posted a significant growth in revenue in the last financial year, following its acquisition of Dunbia Ballymena.

23rd May 2017


FSA issues advice to consumers following hepatitis E reports

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has issued advice to consumers about cooking pork, following the recent media reports about hepatitis E.

23rd May 2017


Danes give Chileans a helping hand in global pork marketplace

The Chilean pork sector has made a significant further move into the global marketplace, from the Danes.

23rd May 2017


Forum update - contact your Parliamentary candidate

NPA vice chairman Richard Longthorp has posted an entry on the forum urging members to get in touch with their Parliamentary candidates. 

22nd May 2017


Producer retail share at highest level since July 2014

The share of pork retail prices received by producers reached its highest level since July 2014 in April, climbing by more than 1% to reach 41.8%.

21st May 2017


NPA response to hepatitis E media reports

The NPA has responded to media reports on the link between human infection with the hepatitis E virus and eating pork. 

19th May 2017


Higher and Higher...

Prices are continuing on their upward track with no red ink in sight, although we have yet to scale the dizzy heights reached in November 2013.

19th May 2017


Conservative manifesto - what clues does it hold for the future?

There were plenty of points of interest for the pig industry in the Conservative manifesto, launched yesterday in Halifax by Prime Minister Theresa May.