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Farm industry call to arms to back ‘game-changing' celebration

1 month ago   |   By Press and Journal

An industry call to arms urging all producers to get involved in a celebration of farming on Scotland's city streets has been issued by Aberfeldy farmer and union vice-president Martin Kennedy.
Events including food tastings and barbecues, where farmers will meet the public and raise awareness of the benefits of eating Scottish produce, are planned in Dundee, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and other towns and cities across the country on May 23.
Mr Kennedy said events would take place on high streets and in retail parks and supermarkets, and farmers would be equipped with factual information...
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