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26th May 2018

Prices

I'm backing Britain


A positive day for sellers with the SPP moving up by 0.73p to 147.94p, the influential German producer price has also nudged up by 2 cents

25th May 2018

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up


As the temperatures increase around the country, the UK political establishment seems to have come out of hibernation.

25th May 2018

NPANews

GDPR - more light reading


Not to be left out, the NPA has updated its Privacy Policy, in line with new GDPR regulations, which come into force today. 

25th May 2018

NPANews

Is your business ready for GDPR?


It won't have escaped your attention that rules covering how businesses use data come in today. These rules affect all businesses. 

24th May 2018

NPANews

Shoppers want to buy British... if the price is right


Shoppers in the UK say they want to buy British food, but not at any cost – with research showing even a small rise in price could see a switch to buying imported alternatives.

24th May 2018

Brussels

UK pig slaughterings revised downwards


Official UK pig slaughtering numbers from November 2017 onwards have been revised downwards in the latest Defra statistics release. 

23rd May 2018

HealthWelfare

Animal transport rule changes must be based on sound science


The NPA has stressed that any changes made to regulations governing animal transport must be based on sound science, rather than emotive concerns. 

23rd May 2018

NPANews

NPA responds to Sky News story


The NPA has issued a statement in response to Sky News footage of animals being mistreated on a pig farm in Lincolnshire.

22nd May 2018

HealthWelfare

NPA expresses concerns over straw shortages


The NPA has expressed concern about the impact of the current straw shortage on producers and highlighted the wider implications for UK pig production.

22nd May 2018

NPANews

Alert for members in Norfolk


An update has been posted in the Members' Area alerting producers to an incident in Norfolk. 

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