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We know that Christmas might look a little different this year, but one thing we can be sure of is the need for a British turkey. We’ve made it easy for you to find a high quality, local, British turkey with our online postcode search tool. All you need to do is enter your postcode and search radius to find your nearest turkey producer.
Or better still, enter our competition for your chance to win your Christmas turkey.
Your support over recent months has played a significant part in the success of our food standards campaign. But the campaign isn’t over yet. With the end of the transition period looming and trade deals being negotiated your continued support is critical to ensure British food standards are not undermined.
You might have heard the good news that your recent campaigning on food standards has paid off. The government has agreed that MPs will now have the opportunity to scrutinise all future trade deals to make sure that British food and farming standards are not undermined by imports.
It’s thanks to you that we’ve got this far, and were joined by some high profile celebrities to make the case.
With your support, our work to highlight the importance of British food standards continues.
With just a week to go until Stir-up Sunday, you might be starting to plan your Christmas cake or pudding. If you’re looking to try something a little different this year, we’ve got the perfect recipe for you. Packed full of seasonal, British ingredients, this cake courtesy of Miranda Gore Browne is worth a try.
Psst, don’t forget to look for the Red Tractor and Union flag when you shop.
Versatile, nutritious and affordable, British chicken is one of the nation’s favourite sources of protein. Hear from Red Tractor’s farmer Ed and find out more about what it takes to produce high quality chicken that is safe, traceable and farmed with care.
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