The Food Centre Wales Team were at the Farm Business Innovation show 2017 offering advice and support to businesses in the food and drinks industry.
The event held on 8 and 9 November in Birmingham highlighted the continued interest in adding value to farm produce, particularly in Wales.
Arwyn Davies, Business Development Manager at Food Centre Wales, said, “As this was the first time we had exhibited at the Farm Business Innovation show. We went in with an open mind, but we are pleased to report that it was a very successful two days. We spoke to many farm owners during the two days, many of whom were from Wales.”
Arwyn Davies’ talk on ‘Farm Diversification into Food Processing – Exploring Opportunities & Avoiding Pitfalls’ was very popular with every seat taken.
Councillor Gareth Lloyd, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Economic and Community Development said, “The Team at Food Centre Wales were interested to hear all the ideas and plans people had for diversifying their farm businesses. The Centre’s food technologists were on hand to offer advice on how farmers could add value to their food produce and what could be done do to help them along the process. If you didn’t get a change to call in at the stand, the Team are more than happy to help at the Centre.”
Food Centre Wales will be following up with inquiries received at the show, with the aim to help many develop their food products and reach new markets.
If you would like to know more about how Food Centre Wales can help you, get in touch by phone 01559 362230 or email email@example.com.
Image: Arwyn Davies, Business Development Manager and Angela Sawyer, Senior Food Technologist, Food Centre Wales at the Farm Business Innovation show 2017.