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A new plan to help food and drink companies across Wales get their products on the shelves of major retailers is being launched by the Welsh Government today.
The countdown is on with less than 100 days to go until the return of Wales’s largest international food and drink event, BlasCymru/TasteWales.
DIARY MARKER: New Welsh Government plan to help food and drink businesses get their products on the shelves of major retailers
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On Wednesday 21 July, Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales, and Trefnydd, Lesley Griffiths will launch The Food and Drink Wales Retail Plan.
As the Royal Welsh Show gets underway virtually today, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has thanked everyone in the agricultural industry for their resilience and dedication during the Covid19 pandemic.
The first meeting this Senedd term of the North Wales Cabinet Committee, which brings together all Ministers from the Welsh Government and Local Authority leaders, has taken place today chaired by the Minister with responsibility for North Wales, Lesley Griffiths.
Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales, and Trefnydd, Lesley Griffiths has visited Rhual Dairy Farm near Mold to see how Welsh Government supported projects are helping strengthen the business.
The first ever all-Wales Wildlife and Rural Crime Coordinator will outline his priorities today after being appointed to the position. The role is the first of its kind in the UK.
The economy of North Wales can look ahead to a stronger future, Minister for Economy Vaughan Gething said today on visit to the region.
Welsh Government Ministers visited Wrexham-based Wockhardt today to praise the workforce’s crucial role in manufacturing the Astra Zeneca vaccine, which is playing a major part in Wales’ highly successful Covid vaccine programme.
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
Owners of ferrets and Mustelinae in Wales are being encouraged to sign up to a new voluntary register to help contain any possible outbreak of the virus which causes COVID-19 and to provide advice to owners on how to keep themselves and their animals safe.
A £3m fund piloted by the Welsh Government in four North Wales town centres to encourage entrepreneurs to set up there is now open for expressions of interest and will open for applications next week