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The old Comet electrical store at Talbot Green Shopping Park will be replaced by Chiquito, Frankie & Benny’s, Costa Coffee and Harvester food and drink outlets, creating 160 new catering jobs for Llantrisant. The final outlet, Chiquito is due to open on Friday 12th Dec.
The Welsh government are promoting food hygiene ratings for takeaways, encouraging customers ordering takeaway food over the phone to ask for the takeaway’s food hygiene rating. Their proposed new rules would also force takeaways to provide ratings details on to printed takeaway leaflets and menus.
Biogen’s £7.5 million Waen plant in Denbighshire is claimed to be the largest in the country is now online in Wales, and will help generate 1MW of renewable electricity – enough to power around 2,000 homes. The new facility will be able to convert around 22,500 tonnes of food waste into energy every year. The anaerobic digestion plant also produces a valuable biofertiliser for use on nearby farms.
The Welsh Food & Drink Skills Project have appointed Llaeth y Llan yoghurt makers Gareth and Valmai Roberts as ambassadors for the Welsh Food and Drink Skills Project. The project has been set up to showcase how the Welsh Food industry can be a good career choice for new recruits. Their Ambassadors will be featured in one of their short films, highlighting the importance of skills in delivering quality long-term careers for the Welsh Food industry.
A new recycling plant near St Asaph will be operational in a few months time. The Waen Anaerobic Digestion plant will process food waste from Conwy, Flintshire and Denbighshire generating cost effective, environmentally friendly power for up to 1500 homes. Waste products will be converted into biofertiliser for use on local farms.
Over 200 new jobs have been created at the new Dunbia meat plant in Ceredigion, to provide products for a large supermarket chain. The company has invested 7.5 million pounds into its new venture, which has also had a 1.8 million pound grant from the Welsh Assembly government.
The Cowbridge Food and Drink Festival is back for 2015 after taking a well-earned break in 2014, and will, for the first time in its 11 year history, take place in May.
The award winning two day foodie extravaganza will start on Sunday 24th May and run across the second May Bank Holiday weekend. Michelin star chef James Sommerin, who own Restaurant James Sommerin at The Esplanade in Penarth, is just one of the top names who will take to the demo stage alongside Bar 44, The Bear Hotel and festival favourite multi-award winning chef Anand George.
Thousands flock to the market town each year to sample the high quality artisan produce available and it is expected this year will be bigger than ever having moved from its normal October slot to spring.
John Davies, Festival Chairman said: “We’ve enjoyed a hugely successful ten years of the Cowbridge Food and Drink Festival and …
The Abergavenny Christmas Food and Drink Fair is an Abergavenny Food Festival event, and features over eighty specialist exhibitors including fresh and cured meats, poultry and game, cheeses and chocolates, cakes and desserts, wines and liqueurs, ales, ciders and more. Enjoy Chefs demonstrations, Christmas recipes and festive goodies in their ‘Secret Treats’ workshops for children and adults and seasonal music with choirs, bands and a procession.
The fifteenth Hay Festival Winter Weekend takes place on 28th to 30th November 2014
Featuring Booker Prize-winners Graham Swift and Eleanor Catton, language experts David and Ben Crystal, Laura Bates, creator of the Everyday Sexism project, Danny Dorling on inequality, comedian Danny Ward, and music and dancing on Friday and Sunday evenings. For kids – Stinkbomb and Ketchup-Face with John Dougherty, The Zebra Who Ran Too Fast with Jenni Desmond, magical puppet shows and imaginative Christmas crafting.
North Wales offers top quality food and produce – here’s a list of food festivals in North Wales this month
The Festival is taking place on Sunday July 21st, 11am – 4pm at the Kymin Hose and grounds, Beach Road, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, CF64 1JX.
The aim of the event is to promote local growers, producers and suppliers. With over 30 stalls offering a wide variety of products and hot and cold meals the day gives a great taste of what is available locally.
For seven years the Welsh Food Festival has been staged at Glansevern Hall in Berriew, near Welshpool, Powys.
But organisers have decided to take a year off while the property, which is on the market for £3.2m, is sold.
The festival attracts about 6,000 visitors a year, and its organisers hope the event will continue under the hall’s new owners in 2014.