Category: Food and Drink

Mapping secure future for Welsh Beef

CLOSE cooperation between all links in the supply chain, coupled with a fully coordinated partnership between the industry, HCC and the Welsh Government to develop and promote the beef herd in Wales, is the...

Light bites curb traditional meat and two veg

COMPLICATED, time-consuming recipes and traditional roast meat dishes with separate vegetables are in long term decline as families battle the clock and costs, consumer analyst Sue Franklin told Hybu Cig Cymru’s recent annual conference....

Slate cavern cheese stars at SIAL fair

CHWILOG-BASED South Caernarfon Creameries attracted much interest with their cavern matured cheddar cheese at SIAL – one of the world’s largest food fairs held in Paris recently. The creamery’s sales representative Nick Beadman said:...

Positive signs for Welsh beef farmers

AN expected fall in imports, a tightening of the domestic supply and robust consumer demand could see improved returns for beef farmers next year. Such an improvement would follow a difficult period for the...

Brand new taste of Ceredigion

CEREDIGION AM Elin Jones AM recently visited Llaethliw, a new wine producer based at Neuaddlwyd, near Aberaeron, and sampled the “high-quality wines” on offer. Richard and Siwsan Evans bought Llaethliw in 2008, and planted...

First Milk farmers retain Best Welsh Cheese status

DAIRY farmers supplying First Milk’s Haverfordwest Creamery were once again awarded the “Best Welsh Cheese” trophy at this year’s International Cheese Awards in Nantwich. It is the fourth consecutive year the co-operative has scooped...