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We are a multi-species cutting plant, currently progressing BQAP certification, and apparently need to register with yourselves for the quality mark (though may not use it on pack labels). Please could you let us know how to go about registering for this? Monday, 29 December 2008
I try to source all my meat ethically and, most particularly, with animal welfare in mind. In fact, wherever possible, I buy organic. I recently came across a sausage that claimed to use BQAP. What does that really mean in terms of animal welfare? Tuesday, 25 November 2008
Some Birmingham City Council schools are working towards the Food for Life standard. This standard states that all meat must be Farm Assured. It has been questioned that the BPEX mark does not guarantee the meat comes from a farm that has been independently verified as operating to the production standards of a voluntary assurance scheme such as the Assured British Pigs scheme. Please can you confirm if this is correct. Thursday, 14 August 2008
Until recently a vegetarian, I have decided to start eating meat if it meets high animal welfare standards - only eating products from pigs if they are outdoor bred and reared. Can you please tell me whether the British Meat Quality Standard for bacon,pork and sausages requires pigs to be outdoor bred and reared? Friday, 8 August 2008
I have noted recent media airings of the definitional issue of Free Range for pork, and BPEX's stated position of wanting industry guidance in the absence of statutory definition. Are you able to update me on the latest situation and point me to any non-statutory definitions for Free Range pork (as well as for Freedom Food Pork)? Thursday, 31 July 2008
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