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Building the horticulture supply chain

A new £1.64 million horticulture project has started through the Supply Chain Efficiency Scheme, part of the Rural Development Plan for Wales 2007-2013.

Glyndwr University, based at Northop, Flintshire, will gather market intelligence and profiles of horticultural production of food and nurseries in Wales as part of the three-year project focused on developing horticultural supply chains in Wales.

Organic Centre Wales will be a partner in the project, together with ADAS and the Centre for Alternative Land Use.

See Glyndwr University Press Release.

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