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Avoid factory farmed pork

Avoid factory farmed pork

Trying to understand where our pork products have come from and the methods by which the meat was produced can be very confusing. Here’s some of most common labels & terms to look out for when buying pork products. Take action»

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Buy high welfare

Use our new map and directory to source high welfare pork from local and small-scale farms. Take action»

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Demand change

Demand change

Contact your representatives and tell them you’ve changed your shopping habits – and why. Explain the negative consequences of factory pig farming: the threat to our health, the undermining of rural economies and communities, environmental degradation, resource depletion and animal cruelty. Take action»

Stop Foston factory pig farm!

Stop Foston factory pig farm!

UK Company, Midland Pig Producers (MPP) plan to build an indoor pig factory farm on a green field site near the village of Foston, Derbyshire. If these plans are approved it would become one of the largest factory farms in the UK, containing around 25,000 pigs, with 1,000 going for slaughter each week. Take action»



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