New partnership to promote high quality food and produce

A new partnership has been announced between the Prince’s Countryside Trust and Willy’s ACV, the partnership aims to showcase the best of British produce and encourage farmers to branch out into new products.

RABI launch ‘Let’s Picnic’ fundraising initiative

After months of restrictions on events and social activities, RABI is inviting people to enjoy the great outdoors and support British farmers with its new Let’s Picnic fundraising initiative.

Red Tractor revises its standards after member feedback

The food assurance scheme has outlined what is changing in its revised farm standards from November after listening to industry feedback.

National Food Strategy published with mixed recommendations for the future of farming

The second half of the report into our nations eating habits looks to examine the strengths and flaws of the entire food system from farm to fork.

Morrisons reassures UK farmers over £6.3bn takeover

Farmers have raised concerns over whether a future owner of Morrisons would stand by its payment practices and relationships with food producers.

‘The Black Farmer’ receives MBE for services to farming

Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, also known as ‘The Black Farmer’ said he is “humbled and honoured” to have received an MBE for services to farming.

British craft gin company to upscale production after securing large manufacturing site in Kettering

Award-winning craft gin company Warner’s Distillery is expanding its business after sourcing a 56,000ft manufacturing facility near Kettering through leading property consultants Berrys.  

Oatly accused of ‘bullying’ British family farm in trademark row

Multi-billion-dollar oat drink company Oatly has come under fire after suing a small Cambridgeshire farm for alleged trademark infringement, with consumers and farmers alike left bewildered by the accusation.

‘Sense of optimism’ as Arla Foods announce milk price increase for June

The Arla Foods on-account price for organic and conventional milk will increase by 0.5 euro cents/kilo from June 2021.

AHDB launches ‘Beige is Beautiful’ campaign to encourage people to choose wholegrains

The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) is launching a consumer marketing campaign based around a striking piece of art made entirely from wholegrains.

AHDB’s jacket spud campaign a social success

Brits have shown their love for the humble spud, with AHDB’s latest jacket potato campaign receiving over 55.3 million social impressions during the six-week period.

100 businesses pledge to increase vegetable consumption across the UK

The Peas Please project, which works to make vegetables more appealing, accessible and affordable for everyone now has 100 major businesses pledgers signed up. 

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