The Numbers: Freedom Food

The figures behind the charity that prevents cruelty to farm animals, primarily by implementing a set of humane standards for farmers set out by the RSPCA

Freedom Food
Freedom Food

£2.85m - The charity's income for the year ending December 2010, compared with £2.90m in the previous year

£1.15m - The charity's grant from the RSPCA for the year. The other main sources of income were assessment charges of £557,000 and licence fees of £820,000, for producers that meet its standards

£289K - Free reserves at year-end, which was in line with the charity's aim to cover the standing cost of its assessment team for six months

£80K - No employee was paid more than this

71m - The number of land animals the scheme helped in 2010

1,000 - More than this number of products bore the Freedom Food label in 2010


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