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First Happerley Provenance Heroes event overwhelming success

  Happerley held its inaugural Provenance Heroes event in aid of the Addington Fund on Wednesday September 20th. Over 150 guests from across farming, food, agriculture, education, retail and media joined the Happerley team at Willow Hill Farm in Apperley, Glos.   The event was generously sponsored by Midcounties Co-Op and Folk2Folk. Speakers included Peter Jinman OBE,...

Royal Agricultural University’s pledge to provenance with Happerley blazes bright trail for farming’s future

  21st September, 2017: The Royal Agricultural University is to become the first university in the UK to declare itself a Provenance Champion by publishing and certifying the provenance of their entire food supply chain through Happerley’s verification system.   Catering for 1,200 students and 200 staff on a daily basis, the award-winning* kitchens at the RAU are focus...

Happerley’s William out to protect integrity of Scottish food and drink

  William McPhail has joined Happerley, the food provenance organisation, to head up the provenance team in Scotland. He brings with him many years’ experience in sales and retail, both in Scotland and internationally, most latterly in FMCG.   “I was immediately drawn to Happerley’s transparency in the food-chain ethos,” explains William from his base in East Kilbride:...

Join us at Happerley HQ for lunch to celebrate Provenance Heroes and raise money for Addington Fund

Food Provenance pioneers Happerley, will be hosting a Provenance Heroes event at its Gloucestershire base in Apperley, on Wednesday 20th September in aid of the Addington Fund farmers’ charity. Over 200 of the country’s leading food industry visionaries and influencers will gather to champion a bright and sustainable future for independent farmers, food producers and consume...

Happerley's network growing faster than Jack's beanstalk!

Our already strong network of Happerley members has been reinforced by new members signing up each day and committing to our mission of transparency in food production. These are all companies that share our vision of creating a totally visible food provenance trail and want to give consumers the power to buy with confidence.  So, a heartfelt welcome and thanks to our fellow...

Happerley / Addington Event - Moved To September 20th

  The Happerley / Addington Fund Provenance Heroes Event has been switched to 20 September. This is due to the need to accommodate the growing interest both in the event and our film, from key individuals and media. The delay also allows us time to announce the Happerley Advisory Board and inaugural Happerley Council members at the event. We apologise for any inconvenienc...

Peter Jinman OBE To Chair Happerley Advisory Board

  Happerley is delighted to announce that Peter Jinman, OBE B Vet Med, Dip Arb, FCIArb, MRCVS, ARAgS [left]  is to chair the Happerley Advisory Board.   Peter recently completed a term as Non-executive director of Assured Food Standards (Red Tractor) and is Chairman of Defra’s Farm Animal Welfare Committee. He was a past President of the Royal College of Veterinary Sur...

Happerley Heroes - Filming Starts with Doctor Food

  Dr. David Hughes was interviewed on Friday for our Happerley Heroes film. Here is a small teaser. We look forward to interviewing a series of respected food visionaries from all quarters of the food industry as we connect up their thinking into a short film to be screened at our Happerly Heroes Event on 7 September.   Click below for a small teaser     Dr....

Why Food Passporting is Inevitable - and How Happerley Is Leading The Change

  Our Software Director (Dragos, pictured above in his garden), and our Comms Manager, Alan, explain.   Extensive research has been conducted into the food purchasing habits of Millennial consumers. These studies have shown that transparency and traceability are a reccurring topic at the forefront of the data collected, with a generation of consumers putting pressure o...