Driving safety, health and sustainability in the European food supply chain

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Our members play a vital role in supporting the food chain that takes food from the field onto consumers' tables. EFPRA members protect the public and livestock from diseases by dealing with a wide range of material that needs reprocessing and re-use. This website is a resource to learn more about the EFPRA, animal by-products and reprocessing.


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Speaker lineup announced for 2024 Technical Symposium

EFPRA is pleased to announce the speakers for the Technical Symposium at the 2024 Congress in Amsterdam. Taking place on...
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Sustainability Charter gets interactive update

The EFPRA Sustainability Charter is now available as an interactive publication at sustainability.efpra.eu. It contains the entire Charter and all...
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Booking open for Congress 2024

You can now book your place at the 2024 EFPRA Congress in Amsterdam from 12 – 15 June. This will...

How do we use rendered products?

Safety, health and sustainability in the supply chain


High standards of traceability are upheld right across the sector.


Rendering prevents the spread of animal and human diseases.


Rendering reduces waste and supports a circular economy.

Every year


Million tonnes of animal by-products are processed


Million tonnes of useful materials are recovered


Thousand tonnes of edible fats are produced