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Spain’s Pig Farmers Thrive As Fellow European Breeders Struggle

While pig breeders in many European countries are suffering from a crippling Russian embargo, their counterparts in Spain, Europe’s second-biggest pork producer, have stayed afloat thanks to a system that sees a large majority work for a company — and

Pork Products Face Workplace Ban For Being ‘Offensive’

Communal workplace kitchens may soon face a ban on pork products like sausage rolls and ham sandwiches over fears that they are “offensive” to certain faiths. New guidelines proposed by CoExist House, a U.S. and UK-based interfaith group, urge employers to

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MA Woman Hurls Pork Products at Police, Calling Them ‘Pigs’

A police officer working in the Framingham, MA Police Department got a belated Christmas present Friday morning: a young woman carrying a doughnut box filled with raw bacon and sausage allegedly hurled them at him and smeared the meat on the window in front of him. Lindsay McNamara, 24, who claimed God told her to go “feed the pigs,” was arrested immediately and charged with disorderly conduct and malicious destruction of property.

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