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23rd Sep 2019

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


Members are urged to click through the Members Area for an important update on animal rights activity. 

23rd Sep 2019

Brussels

See the NPA's letter to Theresa Villiers asking for a review of the no deal tariff regime


NPA chairman Richard Lister has written to Theresa Villiers, asking her to review the proposed no deal tariff regime for pork. 

21st Sep 2019

Prices

What A Difference A Day Makes


By the middle of the week buyers suddenly seemed to have woken up to the fact that there weren’t quite as many pigs about as they thought. 

20th Sep 2019

Westminster

NPA calls for urgent review of damaging no deal pork tariffs


The NPA has called on the Government to ditch its current no deal tariff proposals for pork. 

20th Sep 2019

NPANews

New NPA no deal Brexit briefing!


The NPA's Ed Barker has compiled a new brieifng on what a no deal Brexit scenario means for members. 

19th Sep 2019

NPANews

Updated Welfare Code - what you need to know


The recently updated pig welfare Code of Practice sets out a number of new requirements for pig producers, but for the vast majority, it should not be too onerous.

19th Sep 2019

Brussels

70% of households have bought pork with 'outdoor claim'


Seven in every 10 household will have purchased a pork product with an outdoor claim in the past year, according to data from Kantar. 

19th Sep 2019

Brussels

China continues to drive pork export growth


Increased demand from China continued to drive growth in UK pork exports over the summer.

18th Sep 2019

NPANews

Forum latest - will ASF risk level be raised?


The latest poster on the form asks if the ASF risk level is going to be raised, given Defra's assessment of the likelihood of an outbreak. 

17th Sep 2019

HealthWelfare

African swine fever confirmed in South Korea


African swine fever (ASF) has been confirmed in South Korea, as the virus continues to spread across Asia. 

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