This means no ground up bones, hooves, necks, or beaks.
In addition, the company refuses to use animal by-products in their food.Everyone is as keen as GM-free mustard on what will in future be called just plain Sherford.For unlike the Government's proposed eco-towns that have raised such ire across the country, Sherford has been embraced by locals - thanks to the simple trick of including any objectors in the design process.''Before outline planning permission was applied for, the local authority worked hard to get all interested parties on board,'' says Paul Tyler, the major developments officer for South Hams district council, in whose area the new town will be built. We had a range of stakeholders from transport to drainage, who were consulted from the beginning.By the end of next year, that ageing sign will point to a herd of bulldozers carving out a 1,000-acre town that is intended to be Britain's greenest settlement, with cars banned from some areas, three-quarters of the buildings fitted with solar panels and a wide High Street modelled on the Wiltshire market town of Marlborough.Despite the loss of more than a mile of hedgerow and a plan for wind turbines that will alter the view of a nearby Iron Age hill fort, nobody is objecting."Working with Entheosweb has been a pleasurable experience.