Food and Drink Wales

Growing together

The Food and drink industry is a rising star in the Welsh economy – with lots of potential to grow.  The Welsh Government wants to increase sales by 30% to £7 billion, and we have an Action Plan in place to do just that. We’re confident that through working together with businesses, we can do it.  Our new improved website explains how this will happen.


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As the highlight of the agricultural calendar opens its doors this week, Food & Drink Wales has released figures...

Nine food and drink festivals across Wales have received funding from the Welsh Government to help support their...

Leading seafood businesses from across Wales have journeyed across the Irish Sea this week with their sights set on...

Fifteen Welsh food and drink companies are getting ready to embark on a trade development visit to Denmark and...

As another large delegation of Welsh producers prepares to head off to the Brussels Seafood Global EXPO, Deputy...

Food & Drink Wales – Stand no: N150, P150 & P160 in Hall 6

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3
2016

Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival

Sun 3 Jul 2016 - Sun 3 Jul 2016 - Aberaeron Harbour, Cardiganshire

The Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival has grown to be one of the highlights of the food calendar in Wales and several thousand people are expected to flock to the quayside this summer to see and taste the best of local seafood, fish and other produce.

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