The Northern Irish food supply is at risk of disruption, a fact that has been neglected in the Brexit negotiations thus far according to a new report.
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Food Brexit 2018 is the second in a series of three events, providing the food & beverage industry with a platform to share strategy, in-sight and knowledge. The agenda is designed around the key issues that are critical to the industry, these include but are not exclusive of:
- Update on Negotiations and Forecasts
- Building new European and International Partnerships
- Voice of the regions: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Ireland
- Mitigating & Managing Risk – Business Resilience and the Potential for a ‘Black Swan’ Scenario
- Brexit, the Threat to Food Safety & Security
- Brexit’s Global Impact
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Brexit will mean “a bumpy ride” for food business, which must succeed in global markets and fully engage their staff, said Lord Mark Price, keynote speaker at last Thursday’s conference organised by the public health and safely organisation, NSF.
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