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With the Rugby World Cup kicking off this month in Japan, beers and spirits from Wales are being shipped out to Asia for rugby fans to savour.
A west Wales honey farm is celebrating after winning a top regional accolade in last night’s Great Taste Golden Fork awards.
Welsh Lady Preserves have been making award winning sweet preserves and savoury condiments for over 50 years, not only filling the shelves here in the UK but reaching supermarkets as far as Japan.
Nine Welsh artisan food and drink companies will be exhibiting under the Food & Drink Wales banner at next month’s Speciality & Fine Food Fair (SFFF) in London, as the event celebrates its 20th anniversary.
New European collaborative project launched to help small and medium sized food and drink companies innovate in the healthy food sector
Small and medium sized Welsh food and drink businesses are set to benefit from a €1.2 million international project, funded through the Interreg Atlantic Area programme, to help broaden their knowledge and capacity to supply the increased demand for innovative healthy food.
A new report published this week shows that Project HELIX, an initiative developed to boost innovation and efficiency in the Welsh food and drink industry, has already had an impact of over £110 million, since its launch three years ago.
The joint proposals, launched for consultation, aim to create a strong and vibrant sector, globally renowned for its excellence, with one of the most environmentally and socially responsible supply chains in the world. The consultation has been co-designed with the industry.