Today in Parliament, Mark joined representatives from the National Association of Cider Makers at their reception in Parliament.
Although Shropshire is not home to much cider production, many of the apples used in the production of UK cider are grown in the county.
Commenting, Mark said:
"Shropshire is an important part of the agricultural supply chain into the UK's cider making sector. Some of the best apples are grown in Shropshire and I was happy to support the National Association of Cider Makers at their reception in Parliament."