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Welfare campaigners press for mandatory “method of production” labelling as Brexit nears

The RSPCA argues that making method of production labelling mandatory will help the UK meet the “gold standard” in farm animal welfare that Environment Secretary Michael Gove is aspiring to when the UK leaves the EU.

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Campaigners for enhanced standards of animal welfare in the UK are increasing pressure on the Government to introduce mandatory “method of production” labelling as the country prepares to leave the EU.


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