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Food Supply Chain

NFU Scotland is working to ensure that Scottish farmers are valued in the food supply chain. Scottish farming is the starting point for a £13 billion food and drink sector which employs over 300,000 people in Scotland.
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Lindsey Macdonald

Lindsey Macdonald
Food Policy & Campaigns Officer

T:   0131 472 4052
M:  07920 424328
E:  lindsey.macdonald@nfus.org.uk

 
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In this section, you can find the latest on NFU Scotland’s work on Food Policy – including News, Blogs, and more.
 
You can contact NFU Scotland’s Food Policy and Campaigns Officer to find out more about the Union’s work on food policy.

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How does NFU Scotland represent Scottish agriculture's voice in the supply chain?

Providing an insight into stakeholder engagement on the very subject, in a short snapshot of a day in the life of Food Chain Policy Officer, Lindsey Macdonald, she discusses the role of the Groceries Code Adjudicator and the work of the Union in this area as she visited London last week.


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