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No-deal Brexit could put an end to protected UK food names Subscription

25 Sep 2018 | By Ian Quinn, Kevin White

Industry bodies have warned the government’s latest Brexit technical notices show the UK food sector will be critically exposed to a hard Brexit

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Horticulture 'low-wage and low-productivity' says MAC report Subscription

21 Sep 2018 | By Rachel Graham

Growers have slammed the Migration Advisory Comitee’s labour report and said it has ‘missed the point’

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As 'no deal' Brexit looms, can Defra withstand the pressure? Subscription

21 Sep 2018 | By Nick Hughes

A devastating NAO report paints a picture of an overwhelmed Defra

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No-deal Brexit disastrous for developing world farmers

19 Sep 2018 | By Rachel Graham

Farmers were at risk of companies switching sourcing arrangements while preferential tariffs offered by the EU could come to an end, according to Fairtrade report

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Shortage in EU migrant workers sparks delivery driver crisis Subscription

19 Sep 2018 | By Ian Quinn

The FDF is to meet with the Freight Transport Association on Friday to discuss emergency contingency plans

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Cutting red tape after Brexit could lead to food fraud

14 Sep 2018

The government has hinted it could waive food safety regulations in the event of a no-deal Brexit

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Retailers cannot prevent hard Brexit food shortages: Co-op Subscription

14 Sep 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Chef executive Steve Murrells called for urgent reassurances from the government

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Treasury voices doubts over DH promotions clampdown Subscription

14 Sep 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Sources have revealed “serious tensions” between government bean counters and the Department of Health over the plans

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Food suppliers start stockpiling amid fears of no-deal Brexit

14 Sep 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Major food and drink companies have begun stockpiling supplies and exploring alternative manufacturing options in Europe

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Agriculture bill given cautious welcome

13 Sep 2018 | By Kevin White

The bill would deliver a ‘green Brexit’, said Michael Gove and ‘take back control for farmers’

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Agriculture Bill to 'liberate' UK food sector, claims Gove

12 Sep 2018 | By Kevin White

The new Bill will be published later today and would allow the UK to ‘take back control for farmers after almost 50 years

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Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme pilot gets go-ahead

06 Sep 2018 | By Rachel Graham

The two-year trial will see 2,500 non-EU workers into the UK for up to six months

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Scotch whisky boss warns of no-deal Brexit 'difficulties' Subscription

05 Sep 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Karen Betts said it was vital for the government to agree a transitional agreement with Brussels

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Now is the time to make food production an economic priority

04 Sep 2018 | By Minette Batters

Home-produced British food must remain available to all budgets, while also allowing British farmers to play a full role in Britain’s economic future, says NFU president Minette Batters

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Can Brexit still deliver a fair deal for food & drink? Subscription

31 Aug 2018 | By Nick Hughes

The government insists a ‘no deal’ is unlikely. But what happens to UK food and drink if it can’t deliver?

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FDF figures show UK 'outshone' by rivals in non-EU exports Subscription

29 Aug 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Figures also point to UK’s huge reliance on exports to the EU

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Pre-Brexit port IT overhaul 'nonsense' claims FDF Subscription

24 Aug 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Ian Wright warns the “clock was ticking” on the government’s IT overhaul

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Raab reassures but with 'no deal' there are no guarantees

24 Aug 2018 | By Julia Glotz

This week’s technical notices provide little to calm nerves and help businesses prepare for ‘no deal’

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Organic food suppliers 'face EU export ban' in no deal Brexit Subscription

23 Aug 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Defra said it was determined to help organic producers flourish in the event of a no deal

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Meat processors back call for post-Brexit immigration changes

13 Aug 2018 | By Rachel Graham

Britain’s meat industry was vulnerable to shortages of workers across all skill levels, the BMPA warned

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