Fenella Tyler, new Chief Exec of the NACM was asked to present at the SWECA Winter Meeting recently on a few things, including a Budget update, the new Chief Medical Officer Guidelines and the ongoing review of nutrition labelling at EU level. She also used the opportunity to describe the new NACM structure and given the Budget outcome, there were a few questions around the sugar levy announcement. I’ve attached the sides she used in her presentation which I hope will be of interest to members.
A tumultuous week for the cider industry as the impact of coronavirus began to be felt in earnest was brought to a close with the craft cider sector preparing to brief the National Association of Cider Makers on the needs of its members ahead of further drinks and hospitality industry talks on Monday 23 March. […]
The Three Counties Cider & Perry Association joined with the South West of England Cider Association and the Welsh Perry & Cider Society on 17 March to call on the NACM to act on behalf of all their members in the wake of Covid-19. “We are particularly reliant on the hospitality and events industry and […]