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Fruit & veg suppliers aiming to bypass Dover Brexit gridlock Subscription

14 Feb 2019 | By Rachel Graham

Exporters have been looking to ports in the north of England in a bid to sidestep bottlenecks at channel ports

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Müller to wield axe with £100m ‘Project Darwin’ cost cutting programme Subscription

13 Feb 2019 | By Kevin White

The processor said its current business model ’doesn’t allow us to make a profit’

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Trewithen Dairy owner sees sales rise by 27% Subscription

11 Feb 2019 | By Kevin White

Results published by Cornish Farm Dairy saw turnover climb to £41.1m, while the Trewithen brand also saw increases

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Profitability dented as Yeo Valley sees cost of production rise Subscription

07 Feb 2019 | By Kevin White

The dairy supplier saw sales rise by £2.5m, but cost of sales rose by 9%, hitting profitability 

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Soil Association considering Irish scheme in no-deal Brexit plans Subscription

07 Feb 2019 | By Kevin White

The organic certification body was still ‘investigating options’ about launching a scheme in Ireland, it said this week

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Fisheries decline government's fault, not EU's, claims report Subscription

06 Feb 2019 | By Kevin White

A new paper by City University’s Centre for Food Policy has called for significant reform of fishing quotas, regardless of whether the UK gets a Brexit deal 

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No-deal Brexit could cost poultry sector £200m in lost exports Subscription

04 Feb 2019 | By Kevin White

Access to the EU market was vital in maintaining the sector’s carcase balance, said the British Poultry Council

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Poland’s ‘sick cow’ scandal is a reminder of the EU’s food safety net Subscription

04 Feb 2019 | By Carina Perkins

If these practices turn out to be more widespread, this will be the biggest meat scandal in Europe since Horsegate

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PepsiCo urged to cut ties with Indofood over RSPO fiasco

04 Feb 2019 | By Carina Perkins

PT PP London Sumatra Indonesia Tbk (Lonsum), a subsidiary of Indofood’s plantation arm IndoAgri, was sanctioned in November 2018 

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Müller faces farmer unrest over milk price cut Subscription

31 Jan 2019 | By Kevin White

It follows a surge in milk production, leading to a steady drop in farmgate prices since the end of 2018 

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North East Atlantic mackerel to lose MSC certification Subscription

31 Jan 2019 | By Kevin White

Spawning stocks fell from 4.8 million tonnes in 2011 to 2.8 million tonnes last September

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Troubled Danish Crown to cut up to 400 extra jobs Subscription

30 Jan 2019 | By Kevin White

The Tulip owner is also looking to make up to £41m in savings. It follows an earlier bout of job and cost-cutting last November

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Unilever publishes full list of tea suppliers

29 Jan 2019 | By Daniel Selwood

The PG Tips owner has become the UK’s final maker of a top-six tea brand to reveal details of its suppliers

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Crediton Dairy invests £12m to increase processing capacity

29 Jan 2019 | By Kevin White

The investment at Crediton’s headquarters will see it build a second production hall containing two new high-speed fillers

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Cawston Press mulls European production in no-deal Brexit Subscription

24 Jan 2019 Updated: 05 Feb 2019 | By Kevin White

MD Steve Kearns warned that sourcing apples from the UK was ‘not viable’

Horse meat

Four men go on horsemeat scandal-linked trial in Paris

22 Jan 2019 | By Kevin White

Two former execututives of French meat processor Spanghero, and two Dutch meat traders, went on trial on Monday 

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Post-Brexit fisheries bill 'lacks detail', MPs warn Subscription

21 Jan 2019 | By Kevin White

Government plans on a post-Brexit fisheries policy did not meet expectations, according to the Commons Efra commitee

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Egg producers short-changed by packers, warns trade body Subscription

18 Jan 2019 | By Rachel Graham

A study by the British Free Range Egg Producers Association warned terms of agreements were ’grossly imbalanced’ in favour of buyers

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Poultry giant Avara reports solid results but warns of Brexit fears Subscription

18 Jan 2019 | By Kevin White

The supplier has warned Brexit could have a ’significant’ impact on its business 

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Cut meat consumption to save lives and planet, urges report

17 Jan 2019 | By Kevin White

A new study by the Eat-Lancet Commission is advocating a radical shift towards plant-based foods

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