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Food Centre Wales
Established in 1996 by Ceredigion County Council, Food Centre Wales has developed an enviable reputation, a suite of modern facilities and a comprehensive menu of technical support and advice services for the food and drink industry. At present their services are funded for Start-ups, micros and SMEs through Project HELIX, which is supported by a £21 million programme through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.
Project HELIX is a Pan-Wales strategic initiative delivered by the three food centres that make up Food Innovation Wales, which includes Food Centre Wales, based in Horeb, Ceredigion. The Project delivers practical knowledge transfer activity to food and drink producers and manufacturers across Wales that is focussed on innovation, efficiency and strategy. Food and drink businesses have access to a large range of technical services that aim to increase production and reduce waste in the supply chain; Key areas the project covers are:-
|Food Innovation||New Product Development, Technical Information, New Business Start-up, added Value, Food Legislation and product Reformulation.|
|Food Efficiency||Systems Development, Process Controls, Product Efficiency, Site Design,Packaging and Validation of Systems.|
|Food Strategy||Innovation Framework, 3rd Party Accreditation, Public Engagement,Industry Intelligence, Food Business Development, Training, and Mentoring Skills.|
Find out more at: www.foodcentrewales.org.uk