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News Section Icon Published 30/01/2009

Should we be saving Jamie's bacon?

Channel 4's Jamie Saves Our Bacon (aired on Channel 4, Thursday 29 January) had a double-edged welfare message: save our British pig farmers and protect our pigs.

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News Section Icon Published 27/01/2009

The Great Label Debate

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's "Chickens, Hugh and Tesco Too" was transmitted on Channel 4 on Monday 26 January.

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News Section Icon Published 24/01/2009

Factory farmed Chicken is Out!

Higher welfare chicken sales continue to soar, despite the credit crunch and misleading supermarket labels. Now we are asking you to vote on the most misleading chicken label in UK supermarkets.

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News Section Icon Published 21/01/2009

Obama speaks on environment, farming & development

President Obama's inauguration speech on 20th January 2009 included the following references:

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News Section Icon Published 19/01/2009

The Great British Food Fight

Channel 4's Food season has kicked off. Here is our guide of the best of the bunch - and programmes that we predict will pack the hardest punch for animal welfare.

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News Section Icon Published 17/01/2009

Sainsbury's to stop selling battery eggs

Sainsbury's has announced that from the 5 February it will no longer sell eggs from battery hens. When Compassion in World Farming awarded Sainsbury's with a Good Egg Award in 2008 it was on the promise of this remarkable move planned for…

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News Section Icon Published 14/01/2009

European Parliament press launch of '8 hours' PETITION

On Wednesday 14 January, MEPs and Compassion in World Farming gather in Strasbourg to launch the Europe-wide petition to stop live animals being transported for more than eight hours to slaughter.

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