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Government, he said, has allocated in Fiscal Year 2019/20 National Budget, US$500,000 toward home-grown school feeding, with the amount expected to increase as the country's budgetary strength grows in the future.
"That is why I have pledged to support the NFU West Midlands Home-grown Heartland campaign in Westminster and to ensure our decisions in Parliament reflect the strategic importance of regional food and farming to the nation."
A home-grown player is someone who, irrespective of nationality or age, has been registered with any club affiliated to English or Welsh FA for three entire seasons before their 21st birthday, or the end of the season during which they turn 21.
This season, Liverpool have only fielded five home-grown players and two under-21s - the lowest number in the top flight.
"Bahrain's SMEs Development Society has put forward steps and encouraged more Bahraini home-grown brands to be a part of the exhibition," he added.
The components include; N-Power, National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP), National Cash Transfer Project (NCTP), and Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP).
The two-day event, organised by marketing agency BRAG, will bring together 15 home-grown food concepts along live cooking stations, workshops, beach sports, performances, an outdoor beach cinema and more.
The Government of Benin has allotted US$47 million to feed 400,000 children over the course of five years in partnership with WFP, using a home-grown school meals model.
"The whole idea of Durham was to bring through home-grown players and we've done that really successfully.
Summary: Other topics on the agenda include women in sport, innovation, emerging sports and markets, the importance of home-grown events
The campaign aims to encourage food and beverage entrepreneurs to create home-grown brands in the region.
When some of the ideas are looked at, such as increasing the number of home-grown players in the 25-strong squads from eight up to 12, there is no guarantee they will produce quality.