British Meat Processors Association
British Meat Processors Association

Contact us

BMPA head office is located in central London at Clerkenwell Green, a couple of minutes walk from Farringdon Railway station.

Address

British Meat Processors Association
17 Clerkenwell Green
Clerkenwell
London
EC1R 0DP

Office hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5.00pm

Contact details

 Tel   +44 (0)20 7329 0776
 Fax  +44 (0)20 7329 0653
 Email  info@britishmeatindustry.org

Membership enquiries

If you would like to become part of the most influential group of businesses within the British meat industry we would like to welcome you as a new member.

You can apply to become a member here

Media enquiries

For media enquiries please call Nick Allen on 020 7329 0776 or email media@britishmeatindustry.org

After hours

For members or press enquiries, if you need to speak to us when the office is closed, please call our out-of-hours number is 07912 466 095

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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

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