Welsh beekeepers should have been joining forces with their global counterparts at an event in London to celebrate World Bee Day (May 20th).
It may not quite be ‘business as usual’ for small food and drink producers in Wales. Still, many are turning to alternative ways, and collaborating with fellow producers to maintain sales.
A consumer marketing campaign to increase the demand for liquid milk across the UK to support the dairy sector impacted by Covid19, is set to get underway.
Minister thanks Welsh sellers and producers who have kept their communities supplied and fed NHS staff during lockdown
Lesley Griffiths, the Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, has thanked independent food and drink sellers who have kept local supply chains flowing and supported NHS staff during the ongoing pandemic.
Anglesey based Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour is keeping the North Wales healthcare workers and patients’ spirits up during the coronavirus crisis by donating free ice cream and sorbets.
With countryside and food events cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, beekeepers from across Wales have come together to make sure the public can still buy Welsh honey – and help Welsh bees in the process!
Like many businesses which continue to operate during the coronavirus pandemic, times are tough, but Cradoc’s Savoury Biscuits based in the heart of the Brecon Beacons is facing the challenge head on.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has appointed Pete Robertson to the role of Acting Director of FDF Cymru.
Budweiser Brewing Group UK & I and their Magor Brewery are supporting the local healthcare community by producing hand sanitiser and disinfectant, which is being packaged and distributed to the local health services.