Global Animal Partnership Exhibiting at Annual Meat Conference

G.A.P. Exhibiting at Annual Meat Conference, March 3-5, 2019, Dallas TX

Certified Animal Welfare: What’s keeping you from transforming your supply?

The Global Animal Partnership (G.A.P.) team will be at the Annual Meat Conference happening in Dallas, Texas March 3 – 5. Find us exhibiting at booth #164.

The appetite for meaningful label claims is on the rise in grocery retail, and food service, as more meat-eating consumers demand transparency and higher welfare options. So what’s keeping you? Fear of the unknown, access, cost? Bring us your challenge.

If you’re ready to raise the steaks on animal welfare, we want to connect with you at the show.

As a leading meat labeling program for animal welfare standards, we are uniquely equipped to offer insight and solutions:

  • Access to Supply
  • Regulatory Guidance
  • Risk Management
  • Sales Support
  • Training
  • Brand Promotion through Marketing, Public Relations, Social Communications

Contact us to book a meeting March 3 – 5 and check out G.A.P. Certified producers, manufacturers and brands exhibiting at Conference: Miller Poultry, Pitman Farms, Bilinski Sausage, Panorama Meats, Hain Pure Protein, Pederson’s Natural Farms, and more. Visit G.A.P. at booth #164 for more information.

Contact: Amy Cunningham acunningham@globalanimalpartnership.org, and be sure to follow G.A.P. on social media for updates from the Conference at:

Important Farm Animal Welfare Statistics for Global Animal Partnership

GAP Team

Author GAP Team

Founded in 2008, Global Animal Partnership (GAP) is a non-profit organization made up of farmers, scientists, retailers, manufacturers, and animal advocates, all collaborating with a common purpose: improving farm animal welfare. GAP is making a difference by creating and managing a comprehensive 5-Step® Welfare Rating Program for farm animals, where farms & ranches are audited every 15 months by an independent third-party. Through our 5-Step® Rating Program and labeled product program, producers and consumers can choose to support a program that continuously improves the lives of farm animals step by step.

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