Untangling the UK’s complicated relationship with European environmental policies and subsidies could be the hardest part of leaving the EU. Mark Rowe reports.
Leatherhead Food Research has said it anticipates EU food safety legislation will be brought into UK law wholesale following Brexit.
Bord Bia launched its interactive analytical tool to guide businesses through Brexit on March 22nd, the same week as the announcement of Theresa May’s decision to trigger Article 50 on 29th March.
The Brexit Barometer assesses at individual company l
Bord Bia has no definitive Brexit plan for Ireland’s agri-food sector, according to the organisation’s new chief executive Tara McCarthy.
“That’s because we do not know what the other party wants from the negotiations. But we do have lots of continge
The implications of the Brexit referendum have left many in the food industry uncertain of how future food safety assurance will be influenced. Simon Weaver, red24’s Product Risks Commercial Manager, examines the issues.
With Brexit looming, Professor Chris Elliott looks at the UK's discussions with the US about a trade deal and asks what impact will this have on the food that we eat?
Criminals operating in the UK’s food chain are “home grown” and unlikely to be involved in organised crime, according to the head of the country’s food crime unit (FCU).
The year ahead will present UK food companies with a range of major legal challenges over and above the fallout from Brexit, according to leading food industry lawyer Peter Cusick.
Dairy Global discusses Brexit and other factors of the milk industry with Dairy UK chief executive Dr Judith Bryans.
The Northern Ireland Food and Drink Association has launched a report based on the findings of a major survey into the impact of Brexit on the local food and drink sector.
It is “absolutely crucial” that the UK continues to adopt a precautionary approach to food safety post-Brexit, the head of a consumer watchdog has claimed.
Sterling’s plunge against the euro is wiping out profits from exports to UK
The immediate post-Brexit vote combination of exchange rate volatility and vanishing profit margins is new territory for the Irish agrifood industry. So far, a handful of mus
A Stormont-run Brexit committee is to examine the "significant opportunities and challenges" for Northern Ireland's agri-food sector.
Food and Drink Industry Ireland (FDII), the Ibec group that represents the food and drink sector, has published a comprehensive new review of the challenges posed to the sector by Brexit, and warned of a substantial threat to thousands of jobs if the
A skills shortage and the impact of Brexit are the two main challenges facing the food industry, the newly appointed chairman of the Society of Food Hygiene & Technology (SOFHT) has claimed.
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