UK: Burger company brings added value to agricultural community
A new meat processing plant in Mid Wales producing high quality burgers using Welsh meat was officially opened, on Friday, by Carwyn Jones AM, Agriculture and Rural Development Secretary for the National Assembly for Wales.The Burger Manufacturing Company, based at the Welsh Development Agency's Wyeside Enterprise Park, Llanelwedd, Builth Wells is producing Welsh beef and lamb burgers together with a vegetarian and Eastern range.
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