Welsh farmers say they hope supermarkets will finally sit up and listen to their message at this year's Royal Welsh Show. The event, at Llanelwedd, gets underway tomorrow amid concerns that retailers are stocking less British produce than they did last year. Hannah Thomas sent this report from the showground.
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