UK: £300,000 boost for Welsh food sector
The Welsh Development Agency has announced a £300,000 boost for Wales' food centres. he money will be use to help the centres invest in new product development, and become involved in research and development work with food companies and farmers. Food Centre Wales, Horeb, Llandysul, will receive £85,000, as will Coleg Menai Food Centre, Llangefni, and UWIC Food Centre, Cardiff. The remaining £45,000 has been allocated for joint projects involving the three food centres.
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