Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards.
The winners are...
The real winners are over 337 million animals that are now set to benefit each year from the policies of the companies we have awarded since 2007.
The Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards programme is led by our Food Business team who work directly with major food companies to inspire and influence them to put animal welfare at the heart of their businesses.
We award companies for their policies and commitments that result in positive impacts on farm animal welfare in their supply chain, by meeting a set of species-specific awards criteria.
We have run our flagship scheme, the Good Egg Award, since 2007 to recognise companies that source cage-free eggs. And we have now expanded the programme by launching the Good Chicken Award in 2010, the Good Dairy Award in 2011 and the Good Pig Award in 2012.
The Retailer Awards are celebrated as part of the Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards every other year as this coincides with Compassion’s biennial Supermarket Survey from which automatic entry to the awards is ensured. In 2013, Compassion invited continental European retailers as well as UK-based supermarket retailers to participate in the survey for the first time, enabling them to benchmark their farm animal welfare policies and performance against their industry peers.
As a direct result of this work, more than 337 million animals are set to benefit each year from the policies of all our winners since the Awards began in 2007 – and it is all thanks to your support.
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