Retailer sourcing policies explained

With the increasing pressure being felt within the lamb and dairy sectors, we are engagingShopping and labelling image_275_412 with all of the major retailers to identify what they are doing to support British.

We have therefore pulled together a document which gives an overview of retailer sourcing policies within the fresh meat, dairy, eggs and horticulture sectors.

We will be continuing to work with work with the UK’s leading retailers and food service companies on how they can improve their policies to support British agriculture for the future.

Read our Retailer Sourcing Guide here.

Here is a quick guide with shopping tips for Backing British Dairy Farmers.

See which retailers have signed the Back British Farming Charter here.

Last edited on: 06:08:2015

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  • Posted by: N L AllpressPosted on: 14/08/2015 14:58:55

    Comment: it must be noted that some retailers are acting responsibly and have been for some years with their supplier sustainability models supporting UK agriculture. on the other hand some retailers that I see have signed up to your charter demonstrate very little regard to its principles. in the event of needing to show credible CSR some retailers talk in riddles but in practice business is entirely driven by below cost of production pricing.

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