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The report shows that all of the UK's highest value exported products have grown, with whisky, salmon, wine, gin and pork increasing by over 10 percent on the same period last year.
The UK is set to implement the smarter rules for safer food (SRSF) package, a set of EU regulations for the protection against animal disease and plant pests, regardless of the Brexit outcome.
The Real Bread Campaign is said to believe that a document sent to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) attempts to legitimise abusing people’s growing love of sourdough by misusing the term.
Action on Salt has responded to the National Food Strategy, stating that in order for lives to be saved, government must enforce a salt reduction programme immediately.
In the second part of a two part series, Vincent Walsh and David Haley explore how agroforestry could be implemented into the UK agricultural market.
Poultry farmers and bird keepers have been urged to take action on the threat of Avian Flu, including keeping areas clean and separating poultry species.
A Fisheries Bill introduced in Parliament today (25 Oct) means the UK will operate as an independent coastal state, controlling who fishes in its waters.
The report suggests that, should the nation be fed solely on British food from the beginning of the year, supplies would run bare by the 7th August.
A new agreement that will see British farmers and food producers export pork to Taiwan for the first time is expected to be worth in excess of £50 million over the next five years.
DEFRA has issued the guidance and has provided a package of financial and technical advice to help farmers reduce emissions.
The initiative was instigated by key industry stakeholders and is set to be rolled out from 2019.
Soft fruit is a staple for many UK consumers, and the British love affair with strawberries and raspberries is particularly prominent. According to Defra, consumption of strawberries and raspberries has risen by 150 percent and 123 percent respectively between 1996 and 2015, supported by perceived health benefits and improved availability.…