More than 10,000 pigs a week are processed at this 4,500 acre farm in Norfolk. The family business raises, slaughters and packs the pork that ends up on supermarket shelves around Britain. Nearly half the meat goes to Tesco. Kevin Bowes, son of the founder, has taken over from his brother Ashley as chairman of the firm. They have grown profits 79% a year, from £809,000 in 2004 to £4.7m in 2007.
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