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News Section Icon Published 07/07/2011

Historic Agreement reached in US

An historic agreement has been reached in the USA between the Humane Society of the United States and the United Egg Producers. Both organizations will work together toward federal legislation to eliminate barren battery cages for egg laying…

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News Section Icon Published 06/07/2011

Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards 2011

Compassion's Food Business Team has awarded 48 organisations that are committed to taking steps towards higher animal welfare.

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News Section Icon Published 06/07/2011

Australian cattle export resumes

Australian minister for agriculture, Joe Ludwig, has announced the resumption of live cattle exports to Indonesia just a month after a ban was imposed in response to shocking footage of abuse in 11 Indonesian abattoirs uncovered by Animals…

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News Section Icon Published 04/07/2011

Severe cruelty to pigs exposed

Compassion in World Farming applauds Mercy for Animals for its recent undercover investigation into pig farming in the US.

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News Section Icon Published 29/06/2011

All meat to be labelled with country of origin

A small success for Compassion in World Farming welcomes a new piece of legislation that will make it compulsory to label the country of origin for all fresh pork, lamb and poultry meat in the EU.

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News Section Icon Published 28/06/2011

Indonesia sends mixed messages over abattoir abuse

The Indonesian Embassy in London has assured Compassion of the country's commitment to animal welfare, but reports suggest the country's authorities are pressuring the Australians to lift the temporary ban on cattle exports to Indonesia…

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News Section Icon Published 24/06/2011


The recent publicity given to the proposal for a new 'mega-farm' for pigs in Foston, Derbyshire has highlighted the question of whether big is bad when it comes to farm size.

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News Section Icon Published 23/06/2011

Is that cloned meat on your plate?

Please support Eurogroup for Animals' new campaign, Clone-Free-Food, and help call for an end to the use of cloning for food production in Europe. Compassion is a member of Eurogroup and our CEO Philip Lymbery sits on their Board.

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News Section Icon Published 22/06/2011

Dutch pig investigation reveals EU law breaches

A recent investigation by a Dutch organisation has found that many pigs in the Netherlands are still being raised in conditions that break EU law.

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News Section Icon Published 21/06/2011

Great turnout for 'ban live export' meeting in Ramsgate

Philip Lymbery, Compassion's CEO, highlighted the horrors of the live export trade, at a packed public meeting in Ramsgate on Friday 17 June. He was joined by the RSPCA, Kent Against Live Exports and a local councillor, Ian Driver.

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