Gold

Kiwa Agri Food are a trusted certification body providing audits, assessment and training in the Food, Feed and Farm sectors.

We are UKAS accredited with decades of certification experience, we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service and being able to offer a personalised service for your Food, Feed, Farm or Fertiliser business assurance needs.

We have a team of dedicated auditors offering feed, food and fertiliser safety audits such as FEMAS, TASCC, FIAS, BRCGS Food Safety, Packaging, Storage & Distribution and Agents and Brokers.

We also deliver both classroom and E Learning courses for the Agri Food industry as well and Health and Safety and Compliance.

For more information please email [email protected]


Through a global network of international offices and strong support in the U.S., we help build a preference for U.S. soybeans and soybean products, advocate for the use of soy in feed, aquaculture and human consumption, promote the benefits of soy use through education, and connect industry leaders through a robust membership program. 

Silver

Now in our Centenary year operating as an Agri-Food Assurance Provider, SAI Global is one of the leading and most trusted Assurance Providers supporting food businesses across the supply chain. 
 
Our highly experienced Agri-food assessors understand the pressures of modern-day farming and offer positive improvements and advantages from inspection services, including Red Tractor, LEAF Marque, GlobalG.A.P. and most recently we entered into new partnerships with British Game Assurance, Scottish Quality Wild Venison and British Deer Farms and Parks Association.  For food manufacturers, processors, food retail and restaurant businesses we deliver GFSI audits to food safety schemes such as BRCGS, IFS and FSSC 22000 and Quality Management Systems, as well as bespoke 2nd party and customised assurance programmes.

 

Bronze

Who are AHDB?

We deliver transformational projects to drive productivity and boost farming and supply chain businesses. We want the industry to thrive in a rapidly changing world and continue to produce high quality food, maintain our beautiful landscape and leave a legacy for generations to come.

To cover the whole supply chain; we work with farmers, growers, packers, processers, agronomists, vets and abattoirs. This helps us unify the industry, bridge gaps in knowledge and encourage collaboration to build a stronger future for everyone.

What we do?

Each year we invest around £60m in the future of agriculture and horticulture – delivering projects that no one else would. Our work includes opening and developing markets for our farmers and growers’ products here in the UK and overseas, developing new tools and techniques through innovative Research & Development then delivering them to farmers and growers through our collaborative Knowledge Exchange programmes. We also provide independent Market Intelligence to improve business decision making and help educate the next generation of consumers and farmers.

As an industry-funded organisation, we are uniquely placed to help farmers, growers and the supply chain prepare for the changes ahead. This means helping the industry embrace new technologies, techniques and skills to become more competitive and profitable.

Visit our website for more information:

Knowledge Library: www.ahdb.org.uk/knowledge-library
Events: www.ahdb.org.uk/events
Cereals & Oilseeds Market Intelligence: www.ahdb.org.uk/cereals-oilseeds-markets

 

 


Crop Health and Protection (CHAP) is one of the four UK Agri-Tech Centres of Innovation, funded by Innovate UK. It is an independent catalyst for change bringing together researchers, industry and government stakeholders to accelerate the identification, development and adoption of innovative agri-tech solutions in crops. 


CIEL - Innovation to feed the world sustainably with One Health solutions – animals, people, planet 

CIEL is a world-leading research alliance, helping to bring new technologies and processes to livestock food. We provide the front door for innovation for the animal feed sector and wider food industry:

  • Positioning the UK livestock sector at the forefront of productivity and sustainability
  • Identifying opportunities to stimulate innovation
  • Promoting and delivering industry-led research
  • Creating valuable collaborations 
  • Signposting companies to world class research capability – facilities and expertise

www.cielivestock.co.uk / [email protected]


De Lacy Executive provides recruitment services in Agriculture and Agri Food in the UK and Europe. We work with clients to find the best people for their businesses and we work with candidates to find them the best business to fulfil their ambitions. The roles we work on run from Farm/Unit Managers to CEOs.

We have been around for well over 20 years, everyone in our large team has a farming background. This means we know agriculture and we know the people who work in it; we can find the right people for the right positions.

Charity Partner

The Farming Community Network (FCN) is a voluntary organisation and charity that supports farmers and families within the farming community through difficult times.

FCN has over 400 volunteers, located throughout England and Wales, many of whom are involved in farming, or have close links with agriculture and therefore have a great understanding of the issues farm workers and farming families regularly face. Our volunteers provide free, confidential, pastoral and practical support to anyone who seeks help, regardless of whether the issue is personal or business-related.

In addition to local groups of volunteers, FCN runs a confidential national helpline (03000 111 999) and e-helpline ([email protected]) which is open every day of the year from 7am-11pm.

Our volunteers will “walk with” anyone who seeks support and help them find a positive way through their problems. Each year we help approximately 6,000 people deal with a variety of issues, including financial difficulties, animal disease, mental health and family disputes.

FCN relies solely on donations and grants in order to continue supporting the farming community. With British farming facing deep uncertainty in the coming years, the workload of FCN volunteers is expected to increase significantly.