With around 230,000 working in the food and drink industry in Wales, Sarah Moore looks at the challenges of getting more products onto tables here, as part of the BBC Wales’ What’s Wales Worth? series.
Owned by the National Trust, the Llanrhidian salt marsh on the Gower peninsula is of international importance for its wintering wildfowl and waders.
When the tide is out, the award-winning Gower Salt Marsh lambs also graze here. The meat they produce is said to be sweeter, thanks to the fescues grass, samphire, sorrel and thrift that grow on the marsh.
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