Meat: Our Expectations campaign, high energy prices threaten food production, biodiversity net gain rules explained, & do consumers recognise the Red Tractor label?
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In this episode, Farmers Weekly launches a four-point plan to clean up the UK meat supply chain after uncovering a major food fraud scandal.
The Meat: Our Expectations campaign is seeking views from livestock producers, meat processors, retailers and other members of the supply chain.
In other news, our latest survey reveals the extent to which farm businesses and production are under threat because of high energy costs.
Can you make money from looking after nature?
We explain how new rules coming into force will mean farmers must provide a biodiversity net gain when erecting a farm building.
And as Red Tractor launches its latest promotional campaign, we discover just how well consumers recognise the brand.
This episode is co-hosted by Farmers Weekly editor Andrew Meredith and Surrey farmer Hugh Broom, with additional reporting by Philip Clarke.
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