British farmers work hard to deliver high quality, tasty and affordable food to world-leading standards for all diets. Find out everything about the agricultural sectors.
Food waste has fallen by 7% per person in three years - but there's still a great deal we can all do to reduce food waste. Here's our top tips.
The British hills and uplands are one of the most iconic farmed landscapes in the country. Not only do they provide us with beautiful landscapes, they also play a crucial role in producing high quality, safe and sustainable food for the nation.
Our guide to the British egg sector looks at how hens are kept, the high welfare standards that British farmers adhere to, and how you can show your support.
Most people don't know that a sugar beet industry exists here in the UK. In fact, the industry involves 3,000 sugar beet growers and supports up to 9,500 UK jobs in the economy.
British farmers produce 3.5m tonnes of fruit and vegetables every year - on 153,000 hectares of land. Read about the British horticultural sector in this handy guide.
A guide to the British livestock industry, including an insight into UK beef and sheep production, red meat and diet, beef farming facts, high animal welfare, red meat and the environment and facts.
Our guide to the dairy industry looks at what hardworking British farmers do every day, the sector's value to the economy, its outstanding welfare credentials, strong environmental track record and the nutritional value of dairy products.
Whether it's producing the grain for a plethora of British food and drink products, or nurturing of the natural environment across swathes of the iconic British countryside - the UK arable sector has a brilliant story to tell.
Our guide to the British poultry industry looks at how hens are kept, the high welfare standards that British farmers adhere to, and how you can show your support.
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