Clegg Food Projects is delighted to renew its commitment to the Food and Drink Forum, of which we have been a member for more than 15 years.
An industry-led, not-for-profit organisation, the Food and Drink Forum was established in 1998. The organisation aims to drive positive change within the food and drink industry and help its businesses to grow.
Oliver Jenkins, business development manager at Clegg Food Projects, said: “FDF offers support to both established and start up food and drink businesses as well as managing purpose built food parks. It also offers access to grants and funding, including training and technical support so it’s a fantastic organisation to be part of.
“As an associate member we are able to support other Food and Drink Forum members that are looking to undertake construction projects, ensuring they are built with the process in mind and in accordance with the latest food & hygiene standards. Its members often come to us when they have outgrown their facilities on the food park and wish to expand.
“The food industry is very unique. It’s therefore great that start-ups can tap into this level of expertise, support and funding. You never know where the next BrewDog or Greggs is going to come from…