Crickets and beetles could become a common part of our diets, thanks to new academic research.
FareShare Cymru, surplus food redistribution charity receives generous frozen food donation from S.A. Brain, following the closure of pubs & restaurants.
Newtown based honey producer, Hilltop has been recognised as one of Wales’s fastest growing companies in this year’s Wales Fast Growth 50 List, 2020.
Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Welsh food and drink industry has embraced the opportunity to innovate and change with international trade events and visits being replaced by virtual trade missions to countries such as Australia and New Zealand.
To assist you with the new measures that will come into place, we have organised several webinars that will provide you with further information to enable you to continue to move animal products, plants and plant products from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.
In March 2020, the Chief Medical Officer, Dr Frank Atherton wrote to 125,000 clinically vulnerable people requesting them to take shielding measures, including staying at home for 12 weeks. As a result of this advice the Welsh Government explored the provision of food boxes for those people in Wales who had no family or friends for support, or were unable to access online food deliveries due to unprecedented demand.
Welsh salami producer, Cwmfarm Charcuterie has received a top award in the 2020 National Pig Awards winning the Marketing Initiative of the Year category for social media use to promote their business. These awards recognise and reward excellence, foster innovation and inspire creativity and information sharing. It is the only awards competition exclusive to the British pig industry.
Chambers Wales have put together this online course, tailored to the Welsh food and drink sector to help you understand the uses of commodity and tariff codes and guide you using the correct codes for your products.
The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Cymru in Broughton is marking the first anniversary since it opened for business and is looking ahead to an exciting future, Minister for Economy and North Wales Ken Skates said today.
COVID-19 Resilience Group launches hotlines and self-assessment for Welsh food and drink manufactures
A Welsh Government backed group of specialist support organisations has launched a range of resources to help Welsh food and drink manufacturers recover from the impact of COVID-19.