As Brexit draws closer, UK food safety Statutory Instruments (SIs) could leave US-UK food safety negotiations unsettled.
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Michael Gove, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, has said that there will be “no shortages of fresh food” in the result of a no-deal Brexit.
The rising number of leisure businesses going bust is continuing food fraud problems, says industry insider, and butchers are paying the price.
Gordon Polson, Chief Executive of the Federation of Bakers, outlines the association’s responsibilities and how it is addressing some of the industry’s most prevalent issues.
A new report predicts an 18 percent decline in profitability should there be a no-deal Brexit scenario.
The UK food industry has requested from the government that it waive aspects of competition law after a no-deal Brexit.
In this article, Nick Allen, CEO of BMPA, looks at all the factors up and down the supply chain that are creating a perfect storm for beef prices.
BMPA warns that EU buyers considering purchasing British meat are being confronted with risks which they are not prepared to take.
Thomas Blackwall has been appointed to drive new initiatives and sustainability at The British Coffee Association.
According to a new report, the FSA and other departments must work together to make food regulation financially sustainable.
Food and drink producers in the UK who have applied for ‘protected food name’ status, or are considering doing so in the future, may need to seek specialist advice about how these might be affected after Brexit, says Fiona McBride, partner and trade mark attorney at European intellectual property firm, Withers & Rogers LLP. .
Many companies are taking the apprenticeship route predominantly to upskill their existing workforce, but also to recruit school-leavers who bring a fresh approach to problem-solving.