New Fashion Pork stands firm in the belief that our family of employees and growers have a high moral responsibility to treat all of our animals with the dignity and respect they deserve. Our employees and growers are trained to carefully monitor the animal's comfort and well-being on the farm, through daily observations, individual animal care and humane animal handling.
We have also implemented strict biosecurity protocols that help prevent disease entry into our herds, and follow standard operation procedures for all of our daily tasks. These protocols give our employees and growers step-by-step instructions on how to properly care for our animals.
New Fashion Pork houses their animals in systems that provide the highest standards of safety and care for both the animals and employees or growers looking after them. We provide food for the animals that meet their specific nutritional needs during each stage of the animal's life. Our team also constantly monitors the air and water quality in our facilities to ensure the animals are always comfortable.
We personally strive to exceed industry standards by providing continuous training for our team. Currently, all NFP employees and growers are required to be PQA+® and TQA® certified. All of our farm facilities are PQA+® Site assessed on an annual basis, and we internally audit all of our sites on a quarterly basis. Both the assessments and audits ensure that our animals are well-cared for and that all protocols are being followed at all times. We are also fully engaged with a third party auditing firm that analyzes our standards of animal care and reviews our systems protocols on an annual basis, as well.
Our employees and growers are held to the highest standards of animal care. These standards are set upon employment, when the individual is required to sign our comprehensive Animal Welfare Policy Agreement. Finally, we provide monthly safety training for our employees, ensuring that they are always cognizant of their environment and the care they are giving the animals on their farm.