BIFGA to publish new members' trade directory

The British Independent Fruit Growers' Association (BIFGA) is to issue a new edition of its member-to-member trade directory.

"It is a low-cost means of bringing members' produce and services to the attention of a group of a highly specific group of customers," said chairman John Breach.

BIFGA is also hosting its 21st annual general meeting at Pembury, Kent, on 3 June. Delegates will enjoy a farm walk and barbecue supper at Pippins Farm.

Meanwhile, BIFGA general committee member Wendy Johnson and colleague Peter Checkley will host a Spring Farm Walk at Castle Farm, near Maidstone, on 22 April.

The walk will be followed by a Q&A session with NFU board for horticulture chairman Sarah Pettitt and senior policy adviser Sandra Nichols.


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