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BREXIT is set to cost the UK between £2 and £4 billion in lost food exports across its first full year out of the European Union.
Today marks 100 days since Brexit properly happened in the UK - with seamless trade and EU rules replaced by a weighty trade deal.
Food has experienced a bit of a political renaissance as a result of Brexit. Farmers, workers in the food system, retailers and everyone who eats; all have been uneasy over the real risk that Brexit would negatively impact on our food system.
BREXIT has caused a headache for a a supermarket sausage supplier based near Swindon.
UK food company, Helen Browning’s Organic, whose products appear on the shelves of the largest supermarkets in the country has decided to stop using British pork in their sausages following the post-Brexit complications in moving meat across borders.
Britain's reliance on Moroccan fruit and vegetable has grown rapidly following its withdrawal from the EU at the end of last year, prompting it to establish alternative trading partners.
Helen Browning’s Organic says it is switching to Danish suppliers owing to bureaucracy, delays and costs
HMRC figures released by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) have revealed a significant fall in food and drink exports to the European Union (EU) and other international markets in the wake of the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
UK food and drink exports to the European Union dropped by 75% in January, the first month of life outside the EU’s single market, according to data published by the UK’s Food and Drink Federation.
British businesses face “outright export bans” on some goods and “structural” barriers to trade with Europe including more paperwork and higher transport costs as a result of last year's Brexit deal with Brussels, a new report says.
Although we have left the EU, there are still many issues to be resolved. One of the biggest dangers is that if the NI Protocol breaks so will the UK-EU trade deal.
Salmon exports fell 98% in January from year-earlier period. / Sales to Germany, Ireland, Italy down by more than 80%: FDF.
While post-Brexit trade rules are responsible for much of the slump, changing behaviours during the Covid-19 pandemic may have worsened it.
HMRC figures reveal huge year-on-year falls in trade, with whisky, cheese and chocolate worst hit.
Bridge Cheese founder Michael Harte shares his experiences of importing and exporting goods under the new EU trade agreement and looks at how the industry is having to adapt to the changing rules and regulations.
Andrew Lynas told MPs that buying mozzarella cheese from one of his long-standing suppliers in England now requires eight separate processes under the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Andrew Lynas, managing director of Coleraine-based Lynas Foodservice, told MPs that buying mozzarella cheese from one of his long-standing suppliers in England now requires eight separate processes under the Northern Ireland Protocol.
A HIGHLY criticised Brexit consultation that has raised fears Scotland will be flooded with so-called Frankenstein foods ends on Wednesday.
The director general of the Chilled Food Association said health assessment forms stand to increase by one-third, and costs for companies are spiralling.
NEW data from the Office for National Statistics reveals the true extent of Brexit’s devastating impact on the Scottish food and drink sector.
The director general of the Chilled Food Association said health assessment forms stand to increase by one-third, and costs for companies are spiralling.
Two weeks into Brexit, problems are mounting and recriminations are flying in all directions. The reality of Brexit is proving every bit as toxic as the four-and-a-half-year slog that got us to this point.
British food exporters are set to be hit with millions of pounds of new costs due to new EU post-Brexit bureaucracy from next month.
The post-Brexit trade arrangements have disrupted some supplies from Great Britain.