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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.

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.

18th Oct 2019

NPANews

Becca's blog: Denmark's approach to antibiotics - good or bad?


Becca Veale attended a meeting this week hosted by Cargill and TVC, which heard from Jakob Korsgard, owner and veterinarian at the Ø Vet practice in Denmark.

16th Oct 2019

Brussels

More good news on antibiotic use


Sales of antibiotics for use in animals in Europe fell by more than 32% between 2011 and 2017.

16th Oct 2019

NPANews

NPA welcomes progress towards new traceability system


The NPA has welcomed the latest progress being made in the development of a new statutory multi-species livestock traceability service.

16th Oct 2019

NPANews

Tulip launches vegan 'Green Butcher' line in Co-op


Tulip has unveiled a new vegan line to be sold in Co-op stores under the 'Green Butcher' brand, a move likely to raise eyebrows within the industry. 

15th Oct 2019

Prices

Tulip sale confirmed


Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation has announced the completion of the its acquisition of Tulip Ltd from Danish Crown.

15th Oct 2019

NPANews

No deal Brexit - contact your MP!


The NPA has thanked members to who have already contacted their MPs to explain how a Brexit no deal could cause long-term damage to the production of pork in the UK.

15th Oct 2019

NPANews

New pork training initiative to improve meat skills


A new online training programme has been launched for the pork sector to help improve meat skills and increase knowledge of cuts in the supply chain.