Get 20M+ Full-Text Papers For Less Than $1.50/day. Start a 14-Day Trial for You or Your Team.

Learn More →

The Royal Show promotes Food from Britain

The Royal Show promotes Food from Britain The Royal Show promotes Food from Britain Food from Britain organisation joined is introducing itself to a wider palate, consumer. forces with over thirty British food was also given due recognition in this Horticulture is a £1 billion industry producers and manufacturers to make a section, as shown below. and it has made great strides in concerted drive at this year's Royal Top quality British dairy products improving the marketing of its produce. Show held in July. To show their New developments and techniques for require top quality British milk. support for this joint venture, the Royal improving quality standards and Developments in cow housing, milking Agricultural Society made 'Food from techniques and equipment cleaning, to distribution aimed at boosting the Britain' the theme for the Show and sustain the production of top quality market share even further are the other major organisations on the milk with minimal bacterial subject of yet another feature. showground echoed the British food contamination, were shown. This year's Packaging plays a vital role in the theme. sheep exhibit concentrated on the successful marketing of food and drink Twenty five foreign food buyers from sheep breeds and crosses that will and the latest developments in this field produce the right product to satisfy the four target areas, France, Germany, was another exhibit which interested Benelux and the USA, attended the both the domestic and European visitors to the MAFF Pavilion. opening day of the Show. They and other visitors were able to see continuous food preparation demonstrations, and shop window displays of the best of British quality food featured on the FFB stand. They were also able to witness the pilot launch of a new databank service to the food industry. The role of the farmer in the future success of Food from Britain was the theme of this year's Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food's stand at the Royal Show held at Stoneleigh. The drive and determination of the farming community, as well as its remarkable record of achievement, particularly in reaching our current levels of self-sufficiency, are important factors in Food from Britain's campaign to win , both here and overseas, greater recognition for the quality and range of British foods. Amon g the many individual displays in the MAFF Pavilion was one which demonstrated the importance of land as the basic resource in food production and the vital importance of conserving the state of agricultural land. The cereals success story, wit h a section illustrating the factors which affect the growing of high quality bread-making wheat in the United Kingdom, was also illustrated. The display about whisky, gin, beer, cider and soft drinks showed the sizeable input that is required of the farmer to sustain the massive home and export sales in these commodities. Cider is enjoying an upsurge in popularity at the moment and another display featured new techniques in growing the raw material and production methods. Even though its contribution is comparatively small, the English grape was not forgotten. The growth in the production of English wine, an interesting little vintage which September/October 1983 23 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nutrition & Food Science Emerald Publishing

The Royal Show promotes Food from Britain

Nutrition & Food Science , Volume 83 (5): 1 – May 1, 1983

Loading next page...
 
/lp/emerald-publishing/the-royal-show-promotes-food-from-britain-lajFcSRj6t

References

References for this paper are not available at this time. We will be adding them shortly, thank you for your patience.

Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0034-6659
DOI
10.1108/eb058978
Publisher site
See Article on Publisher Site

Abstract

The Royal Show promotes Food from Britain Food from Britain organisation joined is introducing itself to a wider palate, consumer. forces with over thirty British food was also given due recognition in this Horticulture is a £1 billion industry producers and manufacturers to make a section, as shown below. and it has made great strides in concerted drive at this year's Royal Top quality British dairy products improving the marketing of its produce. Show held in July. To show their New developments and techniques for require top quality British milk. support for this joint venture, the Royal improving quality standards and Developments in cow housing, milking Agricultural Society made 'Food from techniques and equipment cleaning, to distribution aimed at boosting the Britain' the theme for the Show and sustain the production of top quality market share even further are the other major organisations on the milk with minimal bacterial subject of yet another feature. showground echoed the British food contamination, were shown. This year's Packaging plays a vital role in the theme. sheep exhibit concentrated on the successful marketing of food and drink Twenty five foreign food buyers from sheep breeds and crosses that will and the latest developments in this field produce the right product to satisfy the four target areas, France, Germany, was another exhibit which interested Benelux and the USA, attended the both the domestic and European visitors to the MAFF Pavilion. opening day of the Show. They and other visitors were able to see continuous food preparation demonstrations, and shop window displays of the best of British quality food featured on the FFB stand. They were also able to witness the pilot launch of a new databank service to the food industry. The role of the farmer in the future success of Food from Britain was the theme of this year's Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food's stand at the Royal Show held at Stoneleigh. The drive and determination of the farming community, as well as its remarkable record of achievement, particularly in reaching our current levels of self-sufficiency, are important factors in Food from Britain's campaign to win , both here and overseas, greater recognition for the quality and range of British foods. Amon g the many individual displays in the MAFF Pavilion was one which demonstrated the importance of land as the basic resource in food production and the vital importance of conserving the state of agricultural land. The cereals success story, wit h a section illustrating the factors which affect the growing of high quality bread-making wheat in the United Kingdom, was also illustrated. The display about whisky, gin, beer, cider and soft drinks showed the sizeable input that is required of the farmer to sustain the massive home and export sales in these commodities. Cider is enjoying an upsurge in popularity at the moment and another display featured new techniques in growing the raw material and production methods. Even though its contribution is comparatively small, the English grape was not forgotten. The growth in the production of English wine, an interesting little vintage which September/October 1983 23

Journal

Nutrition & Food ScienceEmerald Publishing

Published: May 1, 1983

There are no references for this article.