Blas Cymru/Taste Wales is a biennial event organised by the Food Division to bring together Welsh producers and manufacturers with Buyers from both the UK and overseas, in addition to the brokerage element there is also a conference and trade exhibition promoting the Food and Drink industry in Wales. Taste Wales - Event report Interested in attending Taste Wales 2021? Register your interest here
Building on the principles of Prosperity for All and the Economic Action Plan, and taking into account the lessons of dealing with the Covd-19 pandemic, the Welsh Government will launch a virtual public consultation on their Manufacturing Plan.
Building Business Resilience in the Food & Drink Sector - can the right legal and tax structure make you more resilient
Getting the right advice about structure, tax and VAT is a prerequisite for success. If you are like many food and drink businesses and are sometimes uncertain how the VAT rules on food and drink apply or worry about the pricing in EPOS systems, on-line and having the management information that can reconcile these elements, then this webinar is for you.
A new sustainable food packaging hub is being established at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre Cymru (AMRC Cymru) in Broughton thanks to a £2m financial investment from the Welsh Government.
This webinar will highlight the different e-commerce models and talk through pricing and margin models to ensure that your e-commerce model adds to, rather than detracts from, your profitability.
Seafood from West Wales is being served in East Wales thanks to a recent partnership between two food businesses.
Aldi is supporting the Welsh Government’s Food and Drink Initiative, #CaruCymruCaruBlas #LoveWalesLoveTaste Campaign, by displaying the iconic heart shaped campaign emblem on all packs of their Welsh potatoes sold in stores throughout Wales.
Tuesday (25 August) saw the visit of the Welsh Government Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths to the Wye Valley Meadery to see at first hand the work undertaken by the Wye Valley Producers Group during the COVID-19 pandemic.