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At Carenivor, we strive to keep you up to date on news and articles about animal welfare. Staying informed is the best way to become better carnivores who care.

UK food self sufficiency and sustainability possible

14 June 2022, 23:00:00

Philip Case

UK food self sufficiency and sustainability possible

A new study suggests grass-fed beef and lamb could be the best meat for consumers as part of a sustainable diet.

UK shoppers reach 'tipping point' over sustainable consumption

10 April 2022, 23:00:00

UK shoppers reach 'tipping point' over sustainable consumption

Half of UK consumers would be willing to pay extra for sustainable produce from retailers, according to a new survey. Meanwhile, six-in-ten consumers said they would avoid specific materials being used in their goods – placing pressure on retailers to adapt, or face a financial hit.

Farming industry calls for greater advocacy of organic

28 March 2022, 23:00:00

Farming industry calls for greater advocacy of organic

Industry bodies are pushing for the UK government to champion organic as the future of farming

Government cash doubles for farmers switching to organic

10 February 2022, 00:00:00

Government cash doubles for farmers switching to organic

Farmers who convert to organic will receive up to double the previous rates in a raft of government payment increases that are launching.

UK and NZ trade deal: Implications for British farming

1 March 2022, 00:00:00

UK and NZ trade deal: Implications for British farming

AHDB has analysed what the newly announced UK and New Zealand free trade agreement means for British agriculture.

Love meat too much for Veganuary? Try Regenuary instead

15 January 2022, 00:00:00

Phoebe Weston

Love meat too much for Veganuary? Try Regenuary instead

With Veganuary expected to reach more than 2 million sign-ups globally since its launch in 2014, the 31-day plant-based pledge is once again making headlines this January as food manufacturers, supermarkets and restaurants cater to the movement. But for people wanting to eat more sustainably, yet not willing to cut out meat completely, there is another consumer challenge to try: Regenuary.

3 quick and easy midweek recipes to satiate your hunger

4 January 2022, 00:00:00

Elliot Preece

3 quick and easy midweek recipes to satiate your hunger

With the three weeknight gems listed below, you won’t ever struggle to decide what to cook after a long day at work again. Not only will these short and sweet dishes suit your busy schedule, they’re also rather hard to get tired of.

New plan to pay farmers who protect winter soil

2 December 2021, 00:00:00

Roger Harrabin

New plan to pay farmers who protect winter soil

The empty brown fields of England's winter countryside could be transformed under government plans for farming.

New #BiteIntoBritish campaign urges public to buy local

12 November 2021, 00:00:00

New #BiteIntoBritish campaign urges public to buy local

Farmers have been getting behind a new social media campaign called #BiteIntoBritish which urges the public to buy high quality, sustainable British food.

The climate crisis can not be tackled without sustainable farming

2 November 2021, 00:00:00

Daniel Zeichner, MP

The climate crisis can not be tackled without sustainable farming

As world leaders gather in Glasgow to try and forge a global response to the climate emergency, we must all hope that the government don’t squander a unique opportunity to agree a plan for supporting a global transition to sustainable farming.

Vets have central role in a sustainable farming industry – BVA president

21 October 2021, 23:00:00

Richard Halleron

Vets have central role in a sustainable farming industry – BVA president

British Veterinary Association (BVA) president, Justine Shotton, has highlighted the central role that veterinarians will play in delivering a more sustainable farming industry.

Alternative home-grown protein sources for poultry

26 September 2021, 23:00:00

Tony McDougal

Alternative home-grown protein sources for poultry

Findings into alternative home-grown protein sources could help the UK poultry sector move away from unsustainable soya imports.