FARMA


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FARMANational Farmers' Retail & Markets Association (Great Britain)
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FARMA judge Mike Blee said of Villa Farm: "It is a very attractive farm shop full of excellent and knowledgable staff helping to create a very friendly atmosphere.
Local food will be the focus of our visit to the Bodnant Food Centre to congratulate the team on scooping the Rising Star award in the FARMA 2014 competition.
KOCAK FARMA, in turn, will have the rights for distribution and sales of finished dosage forms of the drug in Turkey under their own brand.
There are more than 500 farmers' markets in the UK, about half of which are certified by FARMA, so the ruling could have implications for other markets where stall-holders have informal agreements to sell produce from third parties.
FAES FARMA develops, manufactures, and sells prescription pharmaceuticals, over-the-counter drugs, and chemical raw materials for the pharmaceutical industry.
The FARMA Awards showcase the best farm retail businesses across the UK.
FARMA (National Farmers Retail and Markets Association) is a co-operative of farmers, producers selling on a local scale and markets.
Rita Exner, FARMA secretary said: "We are delighted that Knitsley Farm Shop deserves to be recognised amongst the UK's best new farm shops.
Gareth Jones, of FARMA, said: "Kings Norton is working hard to build relationships with customers and community groups.
It follows this year's award - for the second year running - of West Midlands farmers Market of the Year by FARMA, the body that certifies and represents farmers markets.
Clr Peter McBride, Cabinet Member for Regeneration said: "The decision to move to twice each month has been taken with advice from FARMA, the awarding body for national Farmers' Markets.
FARMA judge Gordon Wilson said: "This is lovely farm shop, featuring homegrown and local meat, vegetables and delicious treats served up by cheerful and knowledgeable staff.