British Meat Processors Association
British Meat Processors Association

This is not good enough.

The UK exports £2.1 billion of meat products a year. Without a viable export system in place, that trade along with thousands of jobs in the meat and livestock industry will be at risk.

We need action NOW Prime Minister!

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Warning: This ‘oven ready’ deal contains traces of fiasco

Contrary to the assurances given that the deal was ‘oven ready’ it is very clear that if this was ever the case, it certainly is not now.

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🚨Information for meat exporters 🥩🌍
Are you looking for advice on what regulations will apply post-Brexit? There are dedicated webinars coming up; more information on the bottom of our Brexit web page
https://meatpromotion.wales/en/news-industry-info/policies-analysis/preparing-for-brexit

@AIMS_Meat @BMPA_INFO @WGEnviroAgri @FoodDrinkWIB

These charts provide a good perspective on the areas of our modern lifestyle that impact the most on climate change. Here in the UK where animal agriculture is more sustainable than elsewhere, we should focus on eating a locally sourced balanced diet + reducing other consumption.

Peter Hardwick: "The key is that now this has been secured the pace at which more sites are approved would be expected to increase. The only limiting factor is COVID and the restrictions on inspectors moving between US and UK to conduct inspections"