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  • . Much industry is carried on in most departments of handicraft; several extensive manufactories exist for white-lead, floor-cloths, furs, pasteboards, and other articles; and a great trade, together with regular marketing, is connected with the new metropolitan cattle market.
  • . That market is situated at Copenhagen Fields, in the NW of Islington toward Camden Town; was formed by the corporation of London, at a cost of above £300, 000; was opened in June 1855, by the late Prince Consort; occupies an area, proximately rectangu1ar, of upwards of 30 acres; has.

    SAC - Farm Diversification - Wild Boar
  • . SAC - Scottish Agricultural College - Central Office West Mains Road Edinburgh EH9 3JG, Scotland United Kingdom Tel: 0131 535 4000 - Fax: 0131 535 4246 > > > > | Interest in wild boar production has been generated by the market for `exotic' foods in the UK and in France.
  • . There is high demand by restaurants, hotels, specialist food outlets in UK and France (net importer), but markets should be secured before production starts.
  • . Farmer's markets are also becoming a popular market outlet for wild boar.
  • . The BWBA estimate that the UK wild boar market is worth £2 million.
  • . BWBA standardises breeding, production and marketing.

    Scottish Food and Drink: Organic
  • | Welcome to the Organic Zone Scottish Food & Drink has developed this one stop shop for specialist help on all aspects of the organic market .
  • . WHERE can I get the best information about the organic market?.........
  • . Pay a visit to, where you can access all the relevant data sources available on the market, consumers, trends, statistics and more.
  • . Looking to source organic food & drink produce? Visit our - a free shop window where Scottish Food & Drink companies market their products.

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  • . “Farmers markets have been a resounding success story in Scotland.
  • . Over the last five years we have seen growth from a standing start to some sixty markets throughout Scotland with a combined turnover of twenty million pounds..."..
  • . In a debate on the Scottish food chain and supermarket purchasing, the Scottish Parliament recognised the work which SAOS is doing to assist farmer co-ops and supported the funding for this purpose.
  • . August 2004 “Marketing Through Producer Groups” is one option under consideration for possible incorporation in Tier 2 of Land Management Contracts, and could be in place as soon as next year.
  • . Wal-Mart Stores has announced that its British supermarket chain Asda boosted revenue by £160 million, after doubling sales of locally produced foods.
  • . The National Beef Association has launched an attack on supermarkets and processors, claiming EU subsidies are being used to make up for farm gate prices below the cost of production.
  • . Britain's farmers' markets are growing increasingly popular, with numbers more than doubling in the past two years.


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  • . In the throes of the unprecedented crisis, the English Tourism Council undertook a major marketing campaign in an effort to breathe life back into the industry.
  • . Formally known as the English Tourist Board, the English Tourism Council (ETC) was stripped of its marketing and promotional remit two years ago when the government determined that England was best marketed on a regional level.
  • . Ten regional tourist boards were culled, each responsible for its own marketing and promotional campaigns.
  • . In the wake of foot-and-mouth, the need for a universal national marketing presence became painfully evident.
  • . The US is the UK's top foreign market, and more importantly, Americans are the biggest spenders: the Yanks fork over three times more than do the Germans, the UK's second most lucrative market.
  • . Realizing that many would-be American travelers are hesitant to fly domestically, let alone internationally, the British Tourist Authority, which is responsible for promoting UK tourism in foreign markets, has engineered a new marketing campaign, hoping to attract more Europeans in lieu of Americans. | brands | branding and marketing articles archives | best global brands archive
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  • . 3-Apr-2006 The market for organic and natural foods is healthy and growing.
  • . 20-Mar-2006 Shopping block: A traditional food market in Barcelona competes with modern supermarkets by offering a unique experience.
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  • . A competitive analysis of how various drug companies approach the market.
  • . But can this campaign turn ugly? 11-Apr-2005 When two pharmaceutical companies ally, so must their marketing efforts.

    Grazing Livestock in the Southwest Pacific
  • . While the relative importance of large commercial plantations is declining, there are increasing examples of cooperation between plantations and their surrounding smallholders, with clear mutual benefits such as employment, technology transfer, enhanced volumes to market, and better market access.
  • . Such benefits could include: employment opportunities which provide management skills to smallholders provision of breeding animals by plantations and the subsequent right to purchase progeny larger market volumes leading to rationalised transport and cost savings.
  • . In Samoa approximately 70% of cattle are consumed in the informal market, whereas on Espiritu Santo 30% of smallholder cattle are consumed customarily and 70% are sold to the local abattoir.
  • . Box 1 Cost-effectiveness of additional investment In a 1997 livestock marketing study in Samoa, it was shown that an average smallholder breeder/fattener with 10–15 ha of unimproved pasture has about US$500/ha invested in infrastructure, stock and equipment.

    UA Honours more than 65 Years' Staff Experience
  • . Robin Tough, Managing Director of UA’s Livestock Marketing Division and Donald Morrison, Regional Managing Director for the West of Scotland, who have worked for the livestock marketing and property services company for 34 years and 32 years respectively, will receive presentations at a ceremony in the Soroba House Hotel in Oban on June 17.
  • . Robin Tough, who joined the company’s Stirling market in 1971, commented: “An auctioneer’s role involves speaking to buyers and sellers and if you want to succeed in this business you have to be a people person.
  • . More than 15 years ago, Donald started offering a bull hiring service to crofters to help produce quality calves for market.
  • . With no restrictions and no end date specified, Donald’s team ensures that crofters get the best results from the scheme which benefits both the community and the market.
  • . Robin, who is based at UA’s Stirling mart, organises auctioneers for sale days at the company’s markets across Scotland and often helps Donald with sales on the islands.

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    Graig Producers South West
  • GRAIG PRODUCERS SOUTH WEST Graig Producers South West (GPSW) is an independent, dedicated organic marketing group for beef and sheep in the South West of England .
  • . This is done by: - Increasing farm income by collaborative marketing to the supermarkets and other large buyers; (we have a policy of “Local First” which enables members to supply their own local markets before supplying the Group); seeking new markets.
  • . - Bringing stability and structure into the organic beef and sheep market to enable efficient and profitable movement of store animals through more predictable pricing.
  • . - Influencing the broader organic livestock and meat market in our members’ interests.
  • . ADDING VALUE TO THE FOOD CHAIN Graig Farm Producers aims to improve the efficiency of fatstock marketing to the multiple retail sector by ensuring optimum quality and continuity of supply .
  • . THE NATIONAL PICTURE Efficient livestock production and marketing requires a “joined-up” approach.


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    BTA: News From The Border
  • . Under the terms of the seven-year agreement, the US and Canada will end all litigation over softwood lumber and provide for unrestricted trade in the favorable market conditions the industries have enjoyed for the last several years and which exist today.
  • . At issue was the US claim that Canada was giving its sawmills subsidies by not charging them market interest rates to cut lumber on government land.
  • . In a weak lumber market, Canadian exporters will pay export taxes that are adjusted as prices fall, while individual Canadian provinces can also choose to pay lower export taxes by limiting exports below recent levels.
  • . The major lumber exporting provinces are British Columbia accounting for about 57% of Canadian lumber exports to the US last year; Quebec with a 16% share, and Ontario, the Maritimes, and Alberta, which collectively hold 24% share of the market, according to Statistics Canada.
  • . Washington's goal, say some industry analysts, is to use the Canadian tax to keep the country's share of the US softwood lumber market from exceeding the current level of around 34%. @CallCenter