As the Scottish Government requested confirmation that it would be able to continue its ban on growing genetically modified (GM) crops in the country following Brexit, NFU Scotland yesterday called for any decision to be based on a rational assessmen
Theresa May is warned today that opening the door to low-quality food from the United States after Brexit could spell disaster for both British farmers and animal protection. Slashing food regulations in order to strike a quick trade deal with Washin
The UK is unprepared for the most complex ever change to its food system, which will be required before Brexit, according to a new briefing paper published by SPRU, the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex.
UK shoppers are "completely in the dark" about the effect Brexit will have on their weekly shop, a former Sainsbury's boss has told BBC Panorama.
Science, rather than emotion, should underpin any future revisions to the UK’s regulatory regime governing crop production after Brexit, the head of crop protection at Rothamsted Research has warned.
The UK’s food and drink supply chain stakeholders have been advised to unite in making sure the industry’s interests take centre stage during the tough Brexit negotiations that will take place over the next two years
InterTradeIreland's Brexit Advisory Service provides up-to-date information assisting companies to navigate Brexit. They offer supports available for SMEs, including dedicated Brexit Readiness Vouchers aimed at helping you access expert advice to add
Tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade pose a particular challenge for Northern Ireland's agri-food industry, according to a House of Lords report. Huge amounts of produce criss-cross the border for processing every week. Delays and additional paper
Government has been slammed by policy experts for its failure to publish clear direction for the future of UK farming and food.
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.
Mark Carter, London Office, Bord Bia – Irish Food Board
Last week finally brought about the triggering of Article 50 by Theresa May, allowing for the formal procedures of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union to commence. Wednesday marked
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?
Document of interest
Synopsis: This briefing paper provides contextual information on the agriculture and food and drink processing sectors, as well as exploring potential considerations for the sectors following on from the UK referendum decision to
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
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