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Legislators must ban cages to underpin industry progress

New EggTrack 2023 report shows voluntary progress but legislation needed

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News Section Icon Published 04/01/2024

Food labelling proposals fail to address UK animal welfare

Method of production must be included on meat and dairy labels

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News Section Icon Published 18/12/2023

A triumphant year for farmed animals in turbulent times

Wins for farmed animals in 2023

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News Section Icon Published 15/12/2023

Need for food systems action recognised at COP28

Recognition at COP28 of the role of food systems in tackling climate crisis a welcome step

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News Section Icon Published 13/12/2023

Open cages for farmed animals this Christmastime

Photo stunt calls on UK Government to End the Cage Age

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News Section Icon Published 04/12/2023

Long-awaited Bill to Ban Live Exports introduced to Parliament

Government takes action to end cruel live exports

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News Section Icon Published 03/12/2023

COP28 Declaration on Climate & Health welcomed

Landmark Declaration aims to place health at the heart of climate action & accelerate development of climate-resilient, sustainable health systems

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News Section Icon Published 28/11/2023

True horror of EU live animal transport exposed

Shocking new report uncovers the extent of suffering endured by around 44 million farmed animals on journeys within & from the EU

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News Section Icon Published 27/11/2023

New book: Cultivated Meat to Secure our Future

Our Global CEO, Philip Lymbery, explores the benefits of cultivated meat

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News Section Icon Published 20/11/2023

UK Government fails to ban routine farm antibiotic use

Government must deliver on antibiotic commitments

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