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Opportunity to influence AHDB future purpose and priorities

Category: News
22 October 2018

AHDB – Make your opinion re services to organic sector known before 9th November!

Some organic farmers have said that they do not feel that the organic sector is getting value from their AHDB levy compared to conventional farmers.

A 10-week government-led review will look at AHDB’s purpose and priorities, its strengths and where improvements can be made. This covers England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and is open until midnight on Friday 9th November.

Express your views on the future of AHDB – for more information and details on how to respond, please visit ahdb.org.uk/requestforviews

Keywords: levy consultation

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