The BMPA has issued a statement saying it would welcome a meeting involving everyone in the supply chain.
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"Your concerns have been absolutely heard," Minister tells NFU delegates.
Numerous food associations have put forward a letter to the Environment Secretary detailing how consultations should be set back for review.
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.
The manifesto calls on Government to protect frictionless trade, ensure a continuing supply of labour and create a science-based regulatory system.
More than 44,000 responses have been received on the Government’s proposals for the future for food, farming and the environment after Brexit.
Farming’s growing contribution to the economy is further evidence that the sector needs to be properly valued by the government post-Brexit, the NFU said as the new total farming income figures were released.
Recently announced measures that will place heavy restrictions on the use of a controversial pesticide have divided opinions in the UK and Europe.
Only two weeks remain for farmers and food sector workers to have their say in a Government consultation on the future of British farming.
A move by the British Government, in collaboration with a group made up of more than 20 partner organisations, to create a centralised, fully digital data-sharing platform for the livestock industry has been widely praised.
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.
Seasonal and non-seasonal workers are becoming increasingly hard to come by, creating a near-crisis situation within the food and farming industry.
A week on from being elected the NFU's first female leader since its inception 110 years ago, Minette Batters has called on the British Government to stand 'shoulder to shoulder' with farmers.
As the UK Government announces a record year for food and drink exports, the nation's food network has come together to put pressure on Westminster to deliver a Brexit that provides a safe, secure and affordable supply of food.
UK farmers will have to earn subsidies after Brexit through sustainable practices, Michael Gove, the UK Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, announced yesterday.