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The UK food industry has requested from the government that it waive aspects of competition law after a no-deal Brexit.
Numerous food associations have put forward a letter to the Environment Secretary detailing how consultations should be set back for review.
The FDF has recently published a report detailing the steps taken by its members to help deliver a more sustainable food system.
"Businesses need time to be able to implement and test any proposed Brexit agreement," says Dairy UK chairman.
Food manufacturers and businesses are currently facing rising costs in relation for food stockpiling in case of a 'no-deal' Brexit.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) recently published the second of its new quarterly business confidence surveys, which reveals that more than three quarters of manufacturers expect input prices to rise in the remainder of 2018.
Food industry figures in the UK had praised the Government's whitepaper for prioritising friction-free trade before President Trump's interview in The Sun.
Ian Wright also praised Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Secretary Michael Gove as someone he could "do business with".
This is the first assessment of the targets which were introduced in 2016 to help curb the UK's obesity crisis.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published the results of the first of its new quarterly business confidence surveys, polling a range of food and drink manufacturers from across the UK.
Whilst the report did refer to the industry's work to slash salt, it did not address the latest targets, an oversight which has not gone unnoticed.
A report shows how top brands in the UK are working to make their products healthier through reformulation, portion control and offering alternatives.