Rethinking Food in Wales: food branding and food processing
- This consultation has completed. It ran from Friday, 8 February 2019 to Thursday, 21 February 2019
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Response to the consultation
Evidence submitted in response to this Consultation
- Hybu Cig Cymru PDF 315 KB
- Puffin Produce PDF 377 KB View as HTML (2) 20 KB
- Sgema Ltd PDF 136 KB View as HTML (3) 28 KB
- Swansea University PDF 248 KB View as HTML (4) 27 KB
- UK Hospitality Cymru PDF 153 KB View as HTML (5) 20 KB
- UK Protected Food Names Association PDF 328 KB View as HTML (6) 112 KB
- Wright's Food Emporium PDF 94 KB View as HTML (7) 12 KB
Purpose of the consultation
The National Assembly for Wales’ Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee is continuing work on its inquiry into Rethinking food in Wales. The latest strand of the inquiry will focus on food branding and food processing.
The Committee will be considering:
- Activity to support Welsh food producers to develop their branding;
- Activity to promote Welsh food products within the UK and internationally
- UK Government activity to promote Welsh food products internationally;
- The value of branding food as local, Welsh, British or otherwise;
- The value of Protected Food Names (Geographical Indicators), including the UK Government’s proposals for a new post-Brexit UK scheme;
- The value of food branding in the tourism and hospitality sector;
- Welsh Government strategy and support for food processors;
- Trends in processing capacity in Wales and how Brexit might affect this.
Providing Written Evidence
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Disclosure of information
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