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Woodall’s Charcuterie Wins Coveted Good Pig Award

12 July 2017

UK - Woodall’s Charcuterie has been awarded the prestigious Good Pig Award by the Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards. The awards, organised by the world’s leading animal welfare organisation, Compassion in World Farming, took place on 28 June.

Part of Cranswick plc, Woodall’s entire supply chain is managed directly from farm to fork guaranteeing quality, traceability and the highest welfare standards.

The result is an award-winning product, available in fine food stores including, Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Whole Foods) as well as top restaurants, throughout the country.

"Animal welfare is at the heart of our business, and to be awarded the very best in practice in British pig production is a tremendous accolade that we are proud to receive," said Colin Woodall.

"Customers increasingly care about where their products come from and the care with which they are produced.

"By carrying The Good Pig Award symbol on our products we will clearly communicate to our customers that we treat our animals with the respect that they deserve."

Dr Tracey Jones, Director of Food Business, Compassion in World Farming, said: "This year marks 10 years since we launched the Awards and it’s great to see that there is real momentum behind them as more and more businesses commit to change.

"We would like to congratulate Woodall’s Charcuterie for the huge difference they are making to the lives of thousands of pigs.

"We need more businesses to follow their excellent example and keep the momentum going across the industry."

ThePigSite News Desk

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