About The British Game Alliance
The British Game Alliance is the official marketing board for the UK game industry. As a not-for-profit organisation, we work to promote the value of all feathered game to the public whilst exploring new markets at home and overseas. Through our 'British Game' assurance scheme we can ensure the provenance of our game meets rigorous and ethical standards.
Why buy British Game?
Game is a healthy, ethical and environmentally friendly food. Carrying the 'British Game Alliance' stamp you can be sure of the provenance of your meat.
Selling British Game?
As a shoot or game dealer, the BGA can help you find new and appropriate outlets for your game.
Latest BGA News
Choose to attend a shoot that is adhering to best practice.
We have received clarification from Defra which we hope will be useful to vets and exporters.
The British Game Alliance has been liaising with BGA-registered processors to monitor the game meat market during this challenging end to the season, as we all try to navigate the latest national lockdown.
The British Game Alliance and St David’s Vets have met with Defra to discuss problems occurring with post-Brexit exports of game to the European Union.
Join Leon and Louisa in a live cookalong, ask them questions and create your very own dish from the comfort of your own home.
Short survey to feedback impact of lockdown on the game meat sector.
Leading shooting, rural organisations and charities are reminding the shooting community of the importance of following the law and government guidance after the third national lockdown comes into force throughout England on 6 January 2021.
Leading shooting, rural organisation’s and charities are reminding the shooting community of the importance of following the law and government guidance after the new Alert Level 4 restrictions came into force throughout Wales on 20th December 2020.
The British Game Alliance is delighted to announce an exciting new competition for under 21’s that love cooking with game – or indeed those who wish to use Lockdown to learn how to cook game. The ‘Game Chef Hunt’ competition aims to showcase and celebrate great game recipes and talent of young people, running from 6th January through to 10th February.
Liam Stokes, Dan Reynolds and Tim Weston discuss the impact of Lockdown 3 with Charlie Jacoby
A round up of this extraordinary years events.