Pig Business: the film the industrial pork lobby tried to silence

| 3rd February 2011
Pig Business
Ahead of Pig Business's debut screening at the EU Parliament in Brussels, watch highlights from Tracy Worcester's mammoth investigation into the truth behind cheap pork
 

Next week the film-maker and campaigner takes Pig Business - her controversial documentary exposing the blight of industrial pig farming - to Brussels to inform politicians, commissioners, councillors and their advisers about the negative impacts of industrial farming on people, pigs and the planet, and highlight potential solutions.

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