IT'S TIME TO CHAMPION BRITISH FARMING

British farmers are proud to produce your food; it’s safe, traceable and affordable. You can show your support for British food and farming and highlight how much you care by sharing our message.


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BACK BRITISH FARMING THIS PANCAKE DAY

Milk plays a key role in a healthy balanced diet and provides a significant amount of vitamins and minerals. With pancake day on the horizon make the most of British milk in your flippin' delicious pancake mix.


Psst, don't forget to look for the Red Tractor logo on your milk and flour and the British Lion logo when buying your eggs.


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WHAT'S IN SEASON?

If you're looking for a hearty and flavoursome meal to get you through the final weeks of winter, then look no further than this onion soup with cheese toast recipe. British onions are in season all year round, so there are no excuses not to back British farming!


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FOOD AND FARMING IN THE NEWS

NFU President Minette Batters recently featured on the BBC Question Time panel, discussing the main stories in the news that week and highlighting that the Government has not yet legislated to protect food standards in future trade deals.


Reacting to the reintroduction to the Agriculture Bill, NFU director of EU exit and international trade Nick von Westenholz was interviewed on Channel 4 News emphasising the importance of introducing environmental measures and producing safe, affordable and nutritious food for the nation.


The NFU has mobilised a huge coalition of farming, environmental, animal welfare and public health organisations to write a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask that high British food standards are protected in future trade deals. The story made the front page of The Daily Telegraph.


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ORDINARY FOOD IS GOOD ENOUGH

A healthy balanced diet containing all the key food groups is optimal for nutrient intake and more sustainable than changing the way we eat or excluding certain foods. That's why the new 'Ordinary Food is Good Enough' campaign by AHDB sets out to encourage people to choose a healthy balanced diet.


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