Maff draws the crowds

May 2001
Marketing Event;May2001, p6
States that the British Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food (Maff) has attracted a record number of visitors to its interactive stand at the 2001 Daily Mail Ideal Home Show. Impact of the foot and mouth crisis to Maff; Information on the competition held by Maff during the show; What the initial exhibitor responses indicates.


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