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Mid and north Wales local food heroes

The Cambrian News is looking for individuals and businesses that grow, make and sell the best local produce in mid and north Wales. It will make awards in two categories: 2010 Direct Sales Champion and Local Retailer of the year.

The Direct Sales Champion category is sponsored by the Bwyd Blasus gan Bobl Go Iawn - Real Food from Real People campaign and is open to individual producers, farm shop owners, local farmers' markets and market organisers, online retailers, vegetable co-operatives, box schemes co-ordinators and farm-gate sellers. The Local Food Retailer of the year category is open to independent local retail outlets which promote and showcase local foods.

Readers who nominate the winners in the Cambrian News Local Food Heroes 2010 competition will also win a hamper of local produce. Liz Findlay (right), organic farmer from Ceredigion who produces vegetables, eggs and soft fruit, has already been nominated.

To vote online, visit the Cambrian News website.

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