NFU president Ben Gill told Labour delegates of the "blood, sweat and tears" to get the British Farm Standard Mark on to supermarket shelves. And he stressed: "We will be keeping the pressure on." The NFU wants the little tractor at "any retail outlet where we can audit the chain" but promised there would be no compromise over standards. The long-term aim is to apply the tractor to processed foods. A formal board will be put in place next month and a £1m promotional drive will target supermarkets. {{NEWS }}