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24th Oct 2019

NPANews

Tulip begins consultation over closure of Bodmin site


Tulip has began a consultation on closing its 'unsustainable' Bodmin site, putting 270 jobs at risk.

23rd Oct 2019

NPANews

Trotter export approval for six plants


Six UK pork processing sites have been granted official approval to export trotters to China, in a new agreement announced today.

23rd Oct 2019

Brussels

Brexit - what last night's votes mean


After last night's Brexit votes, it looks increasingly unlikely that we will be leaving the EU with a deal on October 31. 

23rd Oct 2019

NPANews

Members' Area update - vet medicines reminder


The latest update in the Members' Area concerns the use of veterinary medicines. 

22nd Oct 2019

HealthWelfare

APHA updates ASF poster


ASF is not spreading in Europe. Official. The European Commission has said it is not happy about using wording stating that ASF is ‘spreading’ in Europe.

22nd Oct 2019

NPANews

Forum latest - 'Come on processors, get your acts together'


The latest poster on the forum is frustrated at the continued 'excuses' being trotted out to explain the state of the UK pork market. 

22nd Oct 2019

NPANews

Eastern Regional today - still time to book your place!


The Eastern NPA Autumn Regional meeting takes place in Diss today - there is still time to book your place! 

21st Oct 2019

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


We have posted another alert in the Members' Area regarding animal rights activity targeting the pig sector. 

21st Oct 2019

NPANews

China inquiry - why more could be done to maximise the vast export potential


China will continue to offer huge opportunities for the UK pork sector, as long as the political environment remains supportive.

18th Oct 2019

Brussels

NPA urges MPs to back Brexit deal


The NPA is urging MPs to back Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal in an unprecedented parliamentary session on Saturday.

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