A good taste in the meat, a good taste in the mouth – Animal welfare as an aspect of pork quality in three European countries

@inproceedings{Thorslund2016AGT,
  title={A good taste in the meat, a good taste in the mouth – Animal welfare as an aspect of pork quality in three European countries},
  author={Cecilie A.H. Thorslund and Peter Sand{\o}e and Margit Dall Aaslyng and Jesper Lassen},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Welfare standards for farm animals in Europe are managed by two main strategies: a legislative and a market-driven strategy. The former imposes common minimum standards of animal welfare; it offers little or no help for consumers favoring welfare initiatives above the legal requirements. The latter can be used as a lever for improving welfare beyond baseline standards through initiatives supporting ‘welfare-friendly’ products that are sold at a premium. However, if this second strategy… CONTINUE READING

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