UK: British food - government helps out ailing industry - COMMENT (Members)
The government will provide GBP3 million to help the British food and drink industry. The foot and mouth crisis has had a lasting effect on sales of British products abroad. The government is now issuing a grant to Food from Britain to aid marketing efforts overseas as well as a UK-based campaign to boost sales of regional produce. While the money at stake seems small, at least it's a start at improving the situation.
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