EFFP

AcronymDefinition
EFFPEnglish Farming and Food Partnerships (UK)
EFFPElectromagnetic Field Focusing Probe (angioplasty)
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EFFP senior partner Sion Roberts said: "These high prices will be reflected first in the prices of grain-based food products and in the following months in the prices of meat and dairy products."
The EFFP brokered an innovative collaboration between UK malt manufacturer Muntons and three farming co-operatives--Grainfarmers, Grain Co and Centaur Grain- to build a 24,000 tonne, energy-efficient processing and storage complex in Bridlington.
EFFP aims to make collaboration work through the growth of market-focused and professionally run FCBs and by developing cooperation and partnership activities not only among farmers, but also between farmers and the supply chain.
``I hope and expect that EFFP will play a crucial role in helping promote practical co-operation and collaboration across the industry,'' he said.
Farexchange Partnership will be operationally led by the English Food and Farming Partnerships Ltd (EFFP) and will include a programme of conferences, seminars and individual business support meetings to offer practical advice on working with Yorkshire agriculture.
Its partners include Eblex, XL Vets, NNATA (the north Northumberland Agricultural Training Association) and UTASS (Upper Teesdale Agricultural Support Services) and English Farming and Food Partnerships (EFFP).
"Simon felt his business was at the stage whereby he needed to review what he was doing and make some changes," said Doug Gray, regional manager of the English Food & Farming Partnership (EFFP), which is organising the project in partnership with the English Beef and Lamb Executive (Eblex), North Northumberland Agricultural Training Association's (NNATA) and Alnorthumbria vets, with funding from Landskills North East.
That was the conclusion from a panel of experts brought together by the English Food & Farming Partnership (EFFP) at The Sage Gateshead to grapple with the issues thrown up by the increased pressure to grow energy crops.
They heard from speakers including Food and Farming Minister Jim Fitzpatrick, chairman of the Arla Foods Milk Partnership Jonathan Ovens, Dairy Crest Direct company secretary Michael Masters, English Food and Farming Partnerships (EFFP) director Duncan Rawson and NFU chief legal adviser Nina Winter.
The scheme is being organised by the English Farming and Food Partnerships (EFFP) which has won a pounds 195,000 grant from the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) under the LandSkills North East initiative, to set up the monitor farm.
The forecast was delivered to the sixth annual English Farming and Food Partnership's (EFFP) conference by the organisation's chief executive Sion Roberts.
The English Farming and Food Partnership's (EFFP) sixth annual conference will hear from speakers including Marc Bolland of Morrison's, Jonathan Warburton from Warburtons Ltd and Tim Slater of the DHL Supply Chain.