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Proposed procedures for importing and exporting of goods are “convoluted, expensive and will seriously hamper trade with other countries”, says BMPA.
Unless a number of key issues are urgently addressed, £1.2 billion of annual meat exports will be at risk along with thousands of jobs in the meat and livestock sector, according to BMPA.
As China deals with the impacts of covid and rural flooding, food prices are set to rise, opening up opportunities for fraudsters.
The organisation has urged that the EU internal dairy market is preserved and protected, while both parties acknowledge that the UK needs its room to manoeuvre.
The Future Growth Loan Scheme aims to support SMEs and farming and fishing businesses as they navigate COVID-19 and Brexit.
Part one of the National Food Strategy has been published by Henry Dimbleby, offering recommendations for the future of food policy and trade. Here, New Food highlights the views of some key industry players...
The British Government has stated that it remains confident that the Agriculture Bill will reach Royal Assent in time to begin the transition towards a new, fairer agricultural system in England as planned in 2021.
The commitment is said to sit alongside Aldi’s existing policies to only sell British products across multiple categories, with 100 percent of its core fresh meat, milk and egg range all coming from British farmers.
Nick Allen from the BMPA is calling on Government to finalise decisions around export certification and warns if clarity is not offered soon, UK meat businesses will suffer.