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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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No-deal Brexit could be an environmental catastrophe too

10 Aug 2018 | By Adam Leyland

As positive as the heatwave has been for trade this summer, there is a negative, with inflation – not to mention long-term

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Egg council to push for British eggs due to Brexit concerns Subscription

08 Aug 2018 | By Kevin White

The BEIC will urge retailers and manufacturers to switch to British eggs for processing in a new marketing push

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FDF survey points to Brexit-fuelled fears of rising costs Subscription

01 Aug 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Almost a third of businesses expect economic growth to slow in 2018

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Boparan Holdings sells 2 Sisters Red Meat division to Kepak Group Subscription

30 Jul 2018 | By Kevin White

The Irish meat company takes over the business, which consists of subsidiaries St Merryn Foods and McIntosh Donald, with immediate effect

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Media Bites 30 June: Brexit, Marks & Spencer, Discounters Subscription

30 Jul 2018 | By Henry Saker-Clark

Supermarkets have asked suppliers to begin contingency planning in case Britain crashes out of the EU with no deal, prompting some to consider stockpiling goods


Brexit threat to our food standards cannot be ignored

27 Jul 2018 | By Julia Glotz

The issue isn’t that we might want to revise standards after Brexit – it’s the danger of short-sighted moves made under pressure


BPC: 'No deal could hike poultry price by 25%'

27 Jul 2018 | By Rachel Graham

Member businesses anticipate EU labour dropping by half in the case of a no-deal departure

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Can industry stockpile food supplies in a no deal Brexit? Subscription

27 Jul 2018 | By Kevin White

Dominic Raab has said the government would ensure “there is adequate food supply” if the UK crashed out of the European Union without a trade agreement


EU nations warned to prepare for 'no deal' Brexit Subscription

24 Jul 2018 | By Ian Quinn

BRC reissued its warning over the consequences for the food industry of a ‘no deal’ Brexit

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Brexit import costs could lead to higher prices and less choice: Arla Subscription

17 Jul 2018 | By Rachel Graham

Many dairy products could become a luxury after Brexit, according to a new study by the dairy co-op and the LSE

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As May's cabinet collapses, is the Brexit dream dead? Subscription

13 Jul 2018 | By Carina Perkins

Two years on from the referendum, Theresa May appeared to have finally made progress towards Brexit last week

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Brexit shambles just means there’s less time to get the right deal Subscription

09 Jul 2018 | By Carina Perkins

It’s hard to predict what will happen next, but no matter what happens, it’s yet another setback for the UK’s Brexit talks with the EU – which we can ill afford

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Irish food suppliers seek new markets amid Brexit uncertainty Subscription

05 Jul 2018 | By Kevin White

Some 85% of respondents to Bord Bia’s latest Brexit Barometer report said they were now actively seeking out business in new markets

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BRC sends Theresa May new warning over no-deal Brexit Subscription

05 Jul 2018 | By Marianne Calnan

Oliver Wyman report finds supermarkets will by hard hit without smooth Brexit


Food safety hearing throws up unexpected bombshell Subscription

04 Jul 2018 | By Carina Perkins

Lord Rooker seemed to suggest Liam Fox had made some rather controversial comments about the future of food manufacturing post-Brexit

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British cherries set for bumper harvest of 'stronger' fruit Subscription

04 Jul 2018 | By Rachel Graham

Growers have set their sights on a 5,000-tonne harvest this year, up about 300 tonnes on the 2017 yield

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UK food & drink needs clarity on Brexit – not more government inertia Subscription

03 Jul 2018 | By Kevin White

Bord Bia’s latest Brexit Barometer reported serious misgivings from Irish food businesses over Britain’s Brexit preparations

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Tate & Lyle Sugars blames 'uncompetitive' EU regulations for huge loss Subscription

02 Jul 2018 | By Alec Mattinson

Brexit backer Tate & Lyle Sugars has blamed the ‘uncompetitive’ European Union sugar regime for annual losses that have ballooned to more than £25m.

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Dealing with the Donald: how trade war will hit food & drink Subscription

01 Jul 2018 | By Megan Tatum

Europe and the US have imposed tit-for-tat tariffs on each other - so what effect would a full-blown trade war have?



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