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NORTH Wales AM Eleanor Burnham has collected a hamper of some of Wales' finest food products.

She won the bumper prize in a National Trust competition timed to coincide with the launch of a major new report, "Appetite for Change". It tested AMs on their knowledge of local, seasonal foods - and the farmer's daughter came out on top. The hamper included produce from some of the Trust's tenant farms: shitake mushrooms from Snowdonia, bara brith from Popty Pen Uchaf and Ralph's cider made from Erddig apples.

Eleanor Burnham (left) receives her hamper at Erddig Hall from the Trust's Jamie Watson and Erika Kluge
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:May 7, 2009
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