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Published 20.12.07

A disaster waiting in the wings

Early in 2007, the United Nations' FAO research report stated that densely-populated livestock production generates "significant animal and public health risks."

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Published 20.12.07

Veal update: Tesco launches organic option

Supermarket shoppers will have the chance to make a difference to the welfare of British calves by supporting UK organic veal production: since the end of November 2007 Tesco has been selling organic rose veal produced by Helen Browning's…

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Published 18.12.07

Defra urged to end live animal exports

"Trade in meat, not live animals" was the strong message from Compassion in World Farming staff and supporters who gathered outside Defra's London Headquarters on 14 December.

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Published 18.12.07

Veal update: Selfridges removes veal from shelves

Selfridges is removing veal from its shelves after Compassion in World Farming discovered calves kept in narrow pens little wider than veal crates at farms in the Netherlands.

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Published 14.12.07

Fearnley-Whittingstall gives London a Good Egg Award

On 13 December, Celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall presented the Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, with a Good Egg award on behalf of Compassion in World Farming.

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Published 06.12.07

HRH The Prince of Wales and Joanna Lumley awarded

HRH The Prince of Wales was celebrated for his outstanding contribution to the promotion of organic farming at Compassion in World Farming's fundraising dinner in London on 1 December.

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Published 29.11.07

Proud winners of BBC Radio award

Compassion in World Farming is the proud winner of this year's Derek Cooper Special Award for Best Food Campaigner/Educator 2007.

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Published 28.11.07

Dutch Burger King opts for meat from uncastrated pigs

Fast-food giant Burger King has announced that it's Dutch outlets will not be serving bacon from pigs castrated without an anaesthetic from 1 January 2008.

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Published 27.11.07

Government advice based on poor research

The government is being misinformed on major welfare issues for laying hens by independent advisory body Farm Animal Welfare Council (FAWC).

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Published 26.11.07

Compassion's patron, Joanna Lumley, wins award

Compassion in World Farming is proud to congratulate our long-standing patron, Joanna Lumley, on being voted Third Sector magazine's 'Most Admired Charity Champion' for her work with more than 40 charities.

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