Putting ‘Made in Wales’ on The Map This Christmas

Demand for locally sourced products has never been higher. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s to appreciate the things that are right on our doorstep.  In fact, almost 70% of consumers made the switch to shopping local during the pandemic.

With online marketplaces like Amazon and Etsy full of international sellers and dropshippers, ‘Made in Cymru’ exists to offer a one-stop shop for independent sellers located in Wales.

It’s never been easier to find a product with a ‘made in Wales’ label. With the holiday season right around the corner, read on to find out more about ‘Made in Cymru’ and how you can support a small business this Christmas.

Demand for locally sourced products has never been higher. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s to appreciate the things that are right on our doorstep.  In fact, almost 70% of consumers made the switch to shopping local during the pandemic. With online marketplaces like Amazon and Etsy full of international sellers and dropshippers, ‘Made in Cymru’ exists to offer a one-stop shop for independent sellers located in Wales. It’s never been easier to find a product with a...
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How it began - Guest blog by Rosewood Crafts

As part of the series of guest blogs from our lovely Made In Cymru sellers, we are delighted to bring...
As part of the series of guest blogs from our lovely Made In Cymru sellers, we are delighted to bring you the back story of Rosewood Crafts. Rosewood Crafts was born whilst we were living in Snowdonia 20 years ago. In its early years we concentrated on selling hand painted glassware and wooden toys made by my father. I should tell you at this point that my name is Rosie and my father Richard made things out of wood hence...
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