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Country Milk’s trade with the EU has nosedived with the dairy industry particularly badly affected by new customs rules
The head of the UK's largest dairy farmers' co-operative has warned that prices may rise sharply in the event of a "no-deal" Brexit.
A leading dairy co-operative has warned that a no-deal Brexit would "wipe out" profitability in the dairy sector.
Government plans to buy up hundreds of thousands of tonnes of unsold lamb in the event of a no-deal Brexit could be unworkable because there is nowhere to store it, BBC Newsnight has learned.
The UK food industry said the main impact of such a departure from the bloc will be on fresh produce, such as fruit and vegetables, which cannot be stockpiled by retailers or consumers and are largely imported from the EU during the winter months.
A new study suggests dairy products could become luxuries post-Brexit.