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Meat companies compared in Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) report

Eighty global food companies are ranked in a new report, now in its third year, representing food retailers and wholesalers, restaurants and bars, and food producers and manufacturers.

The companies are measured on their approach to managing farm animal welfare in three areas: management commitment and policy, governance and policy interpretation, and leadership and innovation. They are then ranked from Tier 1, where companies are taking a leadership position, to Tier 6, where animal welfare does not appear on their business agenda.

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