The FDF has published a report which provides a framework for the UK Government to use when negotiating new trade deals with other countries.
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FDF's chief executive and UKWA's CEO call on the UK Government to ease the effects on the food supply chain caused by the pandemic and the invasion of Ukraine.
The FDF’s new handbook has been designed to continue the food industry’s drive towards Net Zero, which has seen several large players make ambitious commitments in recent weeks.
USDA promises to get tough on Salmonella and UK food price hikes described as "terrifying" in this week's top headlines.
Concerns are mounting that inflation is “baked in” to the UK’s supply chain, with consumers set to bear the brunt of rising food prices this winter.
Border control measures which would have affected food and drink manufacturers have been pushed back until next year, in a move which has sparked fury among corners of the industry.
With trading difficulties with EU continuing, UK exports to non-EU countries have flourished and have almost returned to levels seen before the onset of the pandemic.
The food industry has awaited Part Two of the National Food Strategy with baited breath for months. Now that it is finally here, what does it mean for manufacturers?
The trade deal has been welcomed by the Scotch Whisky Association, but the NFU has its doubts over whether the pact can uphold UK animal welfare standards sufficiently.