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Thursday, 26 May 2016

Posted by Parveen Hassan
| 10:51
The five-year campaign, led by Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss, will give a boost to chefs, entrepreneurs and food producers – such as – Rams Hall farm to promote British food and drink at home and abroad. 
The campaign is well underway with 2016 designated the Year of Great British Food.

The Great British Food Unit will support the campaign, turbo-charging our exports, supporting inward investment and championing the excellence of British food and drink at home and abroad.
The MP wants to build on this success and encourage even more companies in Meriden Constituency to sell their Great British produce around the world. To celebrate the rich heritage and iconic tradition of British food and drink, the Environment Secretary would also like to increase the number of Protected Food Names, from 64 to 200.

To find out more about the campaign and how you can get involved please visit our website: http://www.greatbritishfoodcampaign.com/.

Caroline commented:
‘Having worked in the agricultural industry, I know just how significant the growth of this sector is for the future of our economy and I am proud of Meriden constituency’s contribution to this industry through excellent local produce like Berkswell Cheese. 

‘The British food industry is now our largest manufacturing industry, and I’m proud to be part of a Government that will champion further growth for it’.
‘There has never been a more exciting time for the UK’s food and drink industry but only by backing big business, supporting local start-ups and embracing our rich food heritage can we hope to achieve continued success’.

Full details can be found from Caroline Spelman MP website.