Pig welfare on the menuThe Good Food Guide supports RSPCA campaign

29 January 2009

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Fine dining in London will cost you

Jamie Oliver's new Channel 4 programme, Jamie Saves Our Bacon, will be screened this evening, and is aimed at raising pig welfare.

It follows the RSPCA's launch of its 'Rooting for Pigs' campaign, which calls for clear and consistent labelling on pork products and better laws to protect pig welfare. 

The Good Food Guide supports the RSPCA's aims. We all have a right to know where the food we eat comes from and the definitions used to label pork should be clear to all of us. 

When eating out at restaurants, don't be afraid to ask where ingredients are from and support restaurants that use local, seasonal produce.

Local produce

Here are a few restaurants from The Good Food Guide 2009 that champion local produce.

Medcalf, 40 Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell, London EC1R 4QE (020) 7833 3533

Anglesea Arms, 35 Wingate Road, Shepherd's Bush, London W6 0UR (020) 8749 1291

The Pigs, Norwich Road, Edgefield, Norfolk NR24 2RL (01263) 587634

The Old Spot, 12 Sadler Street, Wells BA5 3TT (01749) 689099

The Star Inn, High Street, Harome, Yorkshire (01439) 770397

Druidstone, Druidston Haven, Bridgend, Wales SA62 3NE 01437 781 221

Gordon's, 32 Main Street, Inverkeilor, Dundee, Scotland DD11 5RN 01241 830 364

Eat on the Green, Udny Green, Aberdeen, Scotland AB41 7RS (01651) 842 337

The Sportsman, Faversham Road, Seasalter, Whitstable, Kent CT5 4BP (01227) 273370

Nut Tree Inn, Main Street, Murcott, Oxfordshire OX5 2RE (01865) 331253

The Stagg Inn, Titley, Herefordshire HR5 3RL (01544) 230221

The Talbot, Knightwick, Worcestershire WR6 5PH (01886) 821235

The Good Food Guide 2009

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