Development of BFBi Feed Assurance Scheme
DEFRA has monitored the co-products market since the Foot and Mouth epidemic and the pig swill feeding ban. Both large and small breweries need to demonstrate their commitment in order to reassure UK...
The PGP started in 2001 with the aims of raising interest in, and knowledge of, the grasslands on the former commons of St Briavels, Hewelsfield and Brockweir in the Wye Valley, and offering help and advice on grassland management.
We raise interest through meetings, publications and display boards and offer direct help for grassland owners who want help with grassland management.
The Species Recovery Trust is committed to preventing the loss of some of the rarest plant, insect and animal species in the UK, with our primary aim being to remove 50 species from the edge of extinction by 2050.
Our work involves producing...
The European Union Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs requires all food handlers to be appropriately trained in how to carry out their roles safely.
HACCP is a way of managing food safety hazards. Food safety management procedures should be based on HACCP principles.
looking closely at what you do in your business, what could go wrong and what risks there are to food safety
identifying any critical control points the areas a business needs to focus on to ensure those risks are removed or reduced to safe levels
deciding what action you need to take if something goes wrong
Coeliac disease (pronounced see-liac) is an autoimmune condition caused by a reaction to...
CAMRA is considered one of the most successful consumer organisations across Europe. Founded by four real ale enthusiasts back in 1971, today we represent nearly 200,000 members across the UK.
Our vision is to have quality real ale, cider and...
To live Happerley means only eating food or drinking liquids in which you know their origins.
It encourages you to appreciate and enjoy food like never before, valuing and knowing every ingredient's journey to your plate.
It invites you to...
The Gloucester is one of our rarest and oldest native cattle breeds. Traditionally a dairy cow, it has earned the reputation as a truly dual purpose animal, producing both high quality beef and milk from poorer quality grazing. Easy calving, docile and naturally good mothers, they are commercially viable in all situations.
Please call our Network Manager, Claire Thayers, or email [email protected] supplying your contact details for a call back. The Happerley Network wants to on board all UK food producer and produce organisations, associations, certifications and schemes as quickly as possible, connecting and profiling members within the Network search. Preferential rates for certifying intermediary and retailer memberships are available.