A new and “real” opportunity to lead to a growth in Welsh food and drink sectors has been revealed in a new plan.
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Associate professor Todd Schmit and his research team claim to have found data that suggests communities that possess more non-profits, social enterprises and creative industries help farmers prosper.
Senior analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence Duncan Fox thinks changing consumer habits towards local food has changed the way the industry will operate in the future.
The Food Foundation’s Broken Plate report has revealed some alarming gaps between rich and poor households when it comes to the quality and nutritional value of the food they are consuming, while some campaign groups are already calling for more legislation for unhealthy foods.
Food Rescue Hero uses similar technology to companies such as DoorDash or Deliveroo to ensure fresh food can get to the people who need it most quickly.
The UK farming sector is calling for urgent support from the UK Government to bolster its capacity for sustainable business operation in the absence of standards equivalence in trade deals.
Food manufacturer Princes is planning its largest every investment in soft drinks in the Welsh capital, as it looks to expand its product range beyond fruit juice.
The trade deal has been welcomed by the Scotch Whisky Association, but the NFU has its doubts over whether the pact can uphold UK animal welfare standards sufficiently.
Weetabix has been accused by Unite of “fire and rehire” plans, while the cereal manufacturer says its ways of working have to evolve to remain competitive.
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With more of us than ever picking up a whisk over the past 12 months, Alzheimer’s Society is calling for budding bakers to take part in its annual Cupcake Day to raise money for the charity.