Yorkshire sausage farmer claims nation's pork supply under threat

A Yorkshire sausage maker has claimed the nation's pork supply is under threat, as a swine fever outbreak in China has led to increased demand for the meat.

The disease has caused the loss of more than 300 million pigs, which represents a quarter of the world's pork supply.

Andrew Keeble, who co-founded the sausage and burger company Heck, says this growing demand from China will also impact on the prices in local shops. He is now campaigning for pork protection.

However, other local farmers say they are sceptical about the claims.

You can hear more about this issue on Made in Britain which will be on ITV 4 at 8pm tonight.