The meat production in Finland is tightly controlled and regulated.
In addition to the Finnish and European legislation, Atria requires its contract producers to comply with rules stricter than those of the animal-welfare legislation.
Finnish veterinary medicine is top-of-the-class in international comparison. The treatment of animals focuses especially on preventive health care, ensuring that the animals remain healthy and there is very little need for medical treatment.
Compliance with rules on, for instance, the living conditions, transport, and handling of animals quarantees the safety of Finnish meat products. Customers know what they are getting, because Finnish sellers can vouch for Finnish meat.
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