ZERO2FIVE is actively involved in a number of initiatives that support the food and drink industry in Wales.
Project HELIX provides funding support for knowledge transfer in relation to global food production, trends and waste to help small to medium sized food manufacturers across Wales to increase production and reduce waste.
Overall, Project HELIX aims to create hundreds of new jobs with impacts for the Welsh economy in excess of £50 million.
Click here for more information about the HELIX programme
High Impact Business Cluster
The High Impact Business Cluster is part of the Welsh Government's cluster development programme.
Selected SME CEOs, MDs and Welsh Government Food and Drink Industry Board members meet quarterly with the ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre, Cardiff and the Food Technology Centre, Llangefni at various Welsh locations.
What are the benefits of joining the High Impact Business Cluster?
Food and drink businesses benefit from collaboration and the support provided by the food centres and the Welsh Government. The collaboration takes a number of forms and includes:
- Sharing resources (e.g. equipment)
- Joint sales initiatives (e.g. co-operation to enter a new export market)
- Access to market insights (e.g. market research)
- Access to cluster knowledge (e.g. Food Centre expertise)
To find out more about how the High Impact Business Cluster can benefit your business, please contact Martin Sutherland, Commercial and Marketing Director:
Telephone: 029 2041 6228
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We are delighted to be members of the Courtauld Commitment 2025 Agreement which brings together a range of organisations involved in the food and drink industry and aims to make food and drink production and consumption more sustainable.