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In a true David versus Goliath moment, a small Monmouthshire vineyard has taken on the world’s most established winemaking regions, to secure a gold medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards.
An Anglesey sheep farmer hopes to capture health-conscious customers with the launch of flavoured Welsh ewe’s milk drinks.
Despite the challenges faced by businesses during the pandemic, three Welsh food and drink businesses have been named in the UK’s top 50 fastest growing independent food and beverage companies.
The Food and Drink Wales Export Club, Insight Programme and IGD are teaming up to host a webinar focusing on the European Retail Markets.
As this summer’s Tokyo Olympic Games gets closer, Calon Wen, a Welsh farmers’ co-operative based in Pembrokeshire supplying milk, butter and cheese, has already secured a gold medal position by being the only European cheese certified as organic by the Japanese Government.
International food and drink group Princes has completed the first phase of a planned £60m investment in its Cardiff manufacturing site, with the installation of seven new state-of-the-art soft drink production lines.
The Welsh Government supported Food and Drink Wales Export Club has reached and surpassed its 100-member milestone following a 56 percent increase in applications since March 2020 and the outbreak of COVID-19.
Riding the crest of the vegetarian and vegan wave, Parsnipship have acquired vegan nut-based cheese alternative producer Nutchi’s with support from Welsh Government’s Investor Ready Programme.