Report released by the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee – 'Rethinking food in Wales: Food branding and processing'.
The WTA responded and gave evidence before the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee that has helped inform this report and its conclusions. That report with comment from our Chair, Andrew Campbell, who gave evidence before committee has now been released. The report entitled 'Rethinking food in Wales: Food branding and processing' is now available on the Welsh Government site.
This is the Committee’s second report arising from its ongoing inquiry into 'Rethinking food in Wales'. The report sets out the Committee’s views on how the Welsh Government should approach food branding and processing in Wales in the post-Brexit era. It reiterates the need for a new, over-arching food and drink strategy in Wales, which the Committee called for in its first report, Rethinking food in Wales: Public Procurement of Food. The report also explores how food branding and processing in Wales can be strengthened to enable the sector to meet the challenges associated with Brexit.