Help to share our food standards petition

You can help to get more signatures by encouraging your friends and family to sign the food standards petition on social media. 

The easiest way to share our petition is by sharing the link on your preferred social media platform. Simply click on the Facebook and/or Twitter links below to open a ready made post: 

Food standards petition share link for facebook

Food standards petition share link for twitter

Want to make it more personal?

Uploading your own photo is the perfect way to do just that. It doesn’t have to be anything special either – a delicious meal you’ve cooked, a family portrait or simply you or your family enjoying the iconic British countryside. Or, if you're a farmer, a selfie of you on farm works really well. If you want some inspiration for what to post, simply choose your favourite text and photo combination from the options below.  

Step 1: Choose a piece of text to copy and paste your into your post or tweet

British farmers produce our food to some of the highest standards in the world and aspire to be net zero by 2040.
If you want to ensure that we don't import food into the UK which is produced in ways that would be illegal here, sign our petition 

There has never been a more important time to think about the food on your plate.We're urging Government to ensure that all food eaten in the UK – whether in our homes, schools, hospitals, restaurants or from shops – is produced in a way that matches the high standards of UK farmers. If this is important to you, sign our petition

Do you want to eat food produced to world-leading standards?
Farmers across Britain are proud to produce fresh, tasty, climate-friendly food to world-leading standards.
Sign our petition if you don’t want to see British farmers undercut by food imports which have been produced in ways that would be illegal here

Step 2: Download your favourite picture to use on your post

Right click or tap on an image to save it your device.

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Have your say

tara - 06/06/2020 00:03:35

Our food and nutrition is our first line of defense for our health and immune systems. Why is the world suffering and dying? Insects? Wildlife? Oceans? People? Because the air and land and water tables are being saturated with the same hormones and chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, disinfectants, that are being pumped into the very food that they are proposing to serve up on our tables with these new trade deals and degraded standards. So what are the repercussions on human health, on those that will be consuming this produce? I can very well imagine. We must concentrate on improving the already relatively safe standards of our foods and the food industries, and celebrating the farmers in this country, small and large, that work with the land and the animals to fill our bellies.

Maureen Griffiths - 04/06/2020 17:30:14

The government must not compromise our high food standards for inferior trade deals with the US and other countries!

Calnan - 02/06/2020 14:35:04

Red Tractor is the minimum we should expect...but we should aim higher as it's not always as good as you'd think for animal welfare.

Libby Tavener - 31/05/2020 21:27:32

The British Government should support the British Farmer and NOT sell out the British Farmers to Donald Trump and the US

Janet GOWER - 31/05/2020 20:24:33

There hasn’t been any updates on any new trade deals secured to replace those already in place through the UK membership of EU - are there any deals already signed and how do they compare? How can we survive without continuing membership of the single market?

Beverley Greasley - 31/05/2020 18:36:58

Buy British!

Elizabeth finlayson - 31/05/2020 13:17:02

vital to maintain highest standards of food production

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