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Meat trades Journal is the UK’s number one monthly provider of analysis, views and insight to the meat trades industry. It is the only fully requested and paid for meat magazine, with every issue delivering a news bulletin, meat prices, market analysis, sector overviews, overseas developments, farming, processing, foodservice & consumer trends, ingrediets, innovation, retail, wholesale, legal advice and skills.
meattradesjournal.co.uk delivers sector news as it happens. Independent and trusted, the site actively encourages debate and involvement in the issues of the day, delivering access to the latest meat prices and month-on-month comparative data, easily digestible industry information, butchery advice, legal and food safety sections and even more intelligence on the topics that matter.
Delivered three times a week to an audience that has opted in to its preferred news channel, the newsletters provide a summary snapshot of the leading news stories, product info and activity from the UK meat sector.
The brand is wholly and actively engaged on Twitter, via Facebook and LinkedIn to its responsive marketplace. Commentary, ideas, and forward-thinking suggestions are all led by Meat Trades Journal’s social networks. We understand our audience; what they are thinking, what they are doing, what they are planning. And they trust our view.
The universe of UK meat sector interest is encompassed by Meat Trade Journal’s events and exhibitions. Each activity runs to reward and showcase professionalism and excellence and provide the total community with authoritative, independent and trusted mechanisms to demonstrate business integrity and product quality to their respective customer bases.
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