Future UK trade deals must not compromise animal welfare and public health

It is vital for the health of the general public, who would buy the cheapest product, unaware of the origin and treatment of the animals and meat, or unwittingly in a restaurant or processed food setting.
It is also better for our environmental health not to use hormones, antibiotics or pesticides on animals enabling overcrowding and overproduction.

Elizabeth Maltby, Burnaston, ENG, United Kingdom
3 months ago
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