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20th Dec 2018

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Members Area update - animal rights action


We need members' help over an incident at a pig farm. 

20th Dec 2018

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NPA urges retailers to review 'fake farm' brands


The NPA has called for retailers to review their policies when it comes to ‘fake farm’ brands and generally misleading labelling in 2019.

19th Dec 2018

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Georgina moving on after four years at NPA


After four years of magnificent service to the NPA, we are sorry to say Georgina Crayford is moving on next year.

18th Dec 2018

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The Pork Report


For the past two weeks the NPA has been taking a close look at how supermarkets are supporting British pork producers in the run up to Christmas.

18th Dec 2018

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Could sausage roll tribute be Christmas Number One?


A song paying tribute to sausage rolls is in contention to be the Christmas number one.

17th Dec 2018

HealthWelfare

NPA backs calls to improve global antibiotic stewardship


The NPA has highlighted the huge strides made by the UK pig industry in reducing antibiotic use and backed calls to improve stewardship of antimicrobials in global pork production. 

17th Dec 2018

Brussels

NPA members urged to make their voices heard on future labour policy


NPA members are being encouraged to make their views known on the UK’s employment policy after we leave the EU.

17th Dec 2018

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New scrutiny committee to oversee MLCSL activities


An industry-led, independent scrutiny committee will oversee the activities of carcase classification body MLCSL, following its transfer into the private sector. 

14th Dec 2018

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Ed's Brexit round-up - where do we stand now?


"Change is inevitable. Change is constant" - Benjamin Disraeli. Had he been around in 2018, then he may have wished to reassess this claim.

14th Dec 2018

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Latest forum post - positive Brexit news


The latest forum poster is pleased to see some 'positive Brexit news' in the form of Dame Glenys Stacey's inspection review. 

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