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
‘Landmark declaration’ as UK Sporting Agent’s Agree to a Goal to Offer Days Solely on BGA Member Shoots
The British Game Alliance (BGA) Assurance Scheme goes from strength to strength as sporting agents and shoot managers have committed to the goal of offering days exclusively on BGA Member Shoots from the start of the 2023 game shooting season.
A reflection on 2020, key debates & securing the industry for seasons to come. St David’s Game Bird Services first online event.
Selected from dozens of top quality game dishes prepared by young people all over the country, Ellie Phillips won the inaugural Game Chef Hunt with a pheasant dish the judges deemed ‘extraordinary’.
In a new blog series, we speak to BGA registered Game Farms to see why they signed up.
British Game Alliance introduces new ‘Associate Membership’ for small shoots
Land managers play a “crucial role” in UK songbird survival, say organisers of the 2021 GWCT Big Farmland Bird Count, 5-14 February
In a new blog series we speak to BGA registered Game Farms to see why they signed up.
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.