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22nd Dec 2017

NPANews

Hugh's Christmas message


"It's been a busy year and my sense is that our industry has entered a new professional era," says Hugh Crabtree in a Christmas message. 

21st Dec 2017

Brussels

Here's some festive cheer - pork sales continue to rise


And now for some good news. Pork sales increased in volume and value in the 12 weeks to December 3, new figures from Kantar WorldPanel show.

20th Dec 2017

NPANews

Three more step forward for AIG election


There will be at least 11 candidates for the 10 AIG places in the January NPA elections after three more candidates came forward. 

19th Dec 2017

NPANews

'Producer Group must represent all of the industry'


The NPA Producer Group must represent all parts of the British pig industry, including the independent producers, says the latest candidate.

19th Dec 2017

NPANews

Hope for the next generation - another candidate throws hat in the ring


The latest producer to put themselves forward for election is Sophie Hope, who wants to fly the flag for the next generation. 

19th Dec 2017

Westminster

Ed's EFRA evidence - the full transcript


The full transcript is now available from NPA senior policy advisor Ed Barker's appearance in front of the EFRA Committee. 

18th Dec 2017

HealthWelfare

Do not feed food waste to pigs - campaign stepped up


The UK administraions have joined forces with the NPA and other industry bodies to remind pig keepers not to feed kitchen scraps to their animals.

18th Dec 2017

Prices

Pork loin medallion sales up by 27%


Sales of pork loin medallions, the subject of the recent TV advertising campaign, increased by 27% compared to the same period last year.

15th Dec 2017

Prices

Blue Christmas


Nothing particularly good to report as far as pig prices are concerned. The SPP continues its downward drift losing another 0.62p.

15th Dec 2017

NPANews

Ed's Brexit round-up


The NPA's Ed Barker summarises the major Brexit developments in another busy week. 

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