Increasing numbers of NFU members are diversifying their business to undertake activities involving waste including spreading waste to land, using waste exemptions and anaerobic digestion.
The NFU has built strong networks with Defra, the Environment Agency and the European Commission to ensure any regulation is consistent and proportionate.
An EFRA Committee report looking at food waste has recommended that supermarkets relax the rules to allow so-called 'wonky veg' to be included in more lines.
Right Waste, Right Place: Duty of Care in the construction, agriculture and land management sectors - free seminar.
We've put together more than 150 NFU Business Guides covering all aspects of running a successful agricultural or horticultural business.
It is our primary focus to promote the use of all British food throughout the retail, brands, food service, government and wholesale sectors to help shorten supply chains and enable fair terms of trade.
The NFU horticulture and potatoes board works to protect growers' interests and create opportunities for their businesses.
This section looks at farming from the ground up, with a wealth of information on soil preparation and nutrient management.
Here's our latest round-up of work for NFU members and the successes we've achieved.
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