And after the year we’ve just had, such big goals are not what we need. Instead, as we welcome a new year ahead, focus on the little things. The small changes that make a real difference.
Here are some simple changes that you can easily stick to:
Despite our passion for meat, we know you don’t need to eat it every day. But when you do eat it, make sure it’s the best you can afford.
The best meat comes from animals that have been properly cared for. Animal welfare isn’t just about tick boxes, it means that we care deep down about where and how all our animals are raised.
For example, our chickens come from Yorkshire. The grain they eat is from Yorkshire. They live in light, spacious, airy barns or pastures. And they go from farm to customer in 24 hours which means you get the freshest, tastiest, most succulent chicken you’ll ever taste. Every time.
Making small swaps to create a more balanced diet is such a simple way to make a change for the better.
You’ll add important vitamins and minerals, reduce saturated fat, and increase protein, all of which will contribute to making you feel healthier and happier without much effort at all.
You could try:
Supporting local businesses has become more important than ever in the last year and it continues to make a big difference.
Our industry has been hugely impacted by the loss of trade to restaurants, hotels, and caterers, where our exceptional meat was chosen by some of the best chefs in the country. And this will return eventually. But in the meantime, simply switching where you buy your meat from could make a massive difference to us.
So instead of big New Year’s resolutions this January, what simple changes can you make in 2021?