Public analyst laboratories are facing a number of challenges but there are also opportunities, according to the president of the Association of Public Analysts (APA) in the United Kingdom.
The overall risk to food safety has not increased as a result of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
The authority officials also said the agency has not seen any evidence to suggest there is m
This week, as Brexit took effect, a company in Cork that sells sports posters to Europe and around the world ceased all direct online sales to the UK.
"There's no point having the hassle," said Wayne Mullins, a graphic designer who runs Kobe Designs.
With Brexit on the horizon, Professor Chris Elliott questions the resilience of the UK’s food supply.
Very soon we will reach the 50-day countdown to the end of the Brexit transition period. Amidst all the other massive issues we face around COVID-19
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That is according to research from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI).
It surveyed senior executives from a range of food businesses on their concerns about food safety and the food industry's current operating environment.
In the latest blog in our Brexit Briefing Updates blog series, Josie Cohen and her colleagues at Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) revisit their briefing on ‘Brexit and pesticides: UK food and agriculture at a crossroads’. They warn that there are
It seems self-evident that a primary objective of farming would be to support human health. Farmers’ choices about what they produce and the methods they use, and the policies that frame these decisions, have enormous potential either to improve or t
During President Trump’s recent visit to Europe, he expressed his desire to start working towards a post-Brexit trade deal with the U.K. While the reality of Britain’s continued entanglement with the European Union makes these plans seem far off in
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed has indicated this week that he had discussions with the European Commission in relation to the supports that will be required for the agri-food sector in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The chair of the Food and Drink Federation has said he is “absolutely terrified” about the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, which he fears could lead to a spike in food prices.
Ian Wright warned of “massive disruption” to the industry if the governme
THE Government is delaying plans to unveil a package of emergency financial supports for farmers and small business owners who will be severely affected in the event of a disorderly Brexit.
The measures were aimed at providing much-needed relief for
Irish goods entering the Northern Ireland market will not face tariffs in a no deal Brexit.
However, Irish products entering the rest of the UK would face high tariffs on a range of food products. The details are contained in a new no deal Brexit pl
Businesses are keeping schtum, and this is an event that’s never happened before – still, we’ve an idea of what it would mean.
HOW WOULD BREXIT affect Irish fridges, shelves, and shops?
We’re just three weeks out from the 29 March, the date by which
Ex-minister warns against any post-Brexit trade deal that allows chlorinated chicken.
The US should join the back of a queue for a post-Brexit trade deal if it thinks its “woefully inadequate” and “backward” animal welfare and food safety standards w
US sets out aims for post-Brexit trade deal amid fears about chicken and beef standards.
The US has outlined its objectives for a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK, demanding greater access to the food markets where products such as chlorinated chic
Conservative MP George Eustice has quit the government over Theresa May's promise to allow MPs a vote on delaying Brexit if her deal is rejected.
The farming minister said he would be voting for her deal when it comes back to Parliament next month.
UK Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Michael Gove has stated that there will not be zero-rate tariffs on food products post Brexit.
Speaking at the National Farmers’ Union 2019 Conference in Birmingham today (Tuesday, Februar
Environment secretary’s pledge follows fears over imports of chlorinated chicken.
The environment secretary, Michael Gove, is to pledge that British food standards will not be lowered “in pursuit of trade deals”.
In an address to the National Farmers
Government has been asked to halt all food, farming and environment consultations
The government has been asked to pause as a matter of “great urgency” consultations on all food, farming and environment issues because Brexit is choking the capacity o
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