Championing sustainable farming in Wales
The UK’s domestic tourism industry is booming – and although Welsh tourist favourites such as Anglesey, Snowdon and Pembrokeshire have had an overwhelming summer season, they have remained true to their roots in safeguarding local business. Away from the city chain hotels and pubs, you’ll find most community-run restaurants and general stores serving locally grown, seasonal produce. Meals out are often a sumptuously fresh farm-to-table experience – which means that not only are profits going back into the community, but also the region’s sustainable farming practices are being supported.
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