Farmers are having a hard enough time as it is without pressure group the Food Commission attacking the integrity of the British Farm Standard mark, says the NFU. The Advertising Standards Authority has rejected the Commission's challenge to claims made in an NFU brochure that food carrying the BFS mark was produced to the highest standards. An NFU spokesman said: "Attacks on the integrity of the BFS are frustrating as we've invested a huge amount of time and money into farm assurance. We launched the mark because we were accused of not promoting British food enough." {{NEWS }}