The Lloyd's Register report, compiled from online research of 1,000 UK consumers in August 2019, claims that one in three UK shoppers are questioning the safety of their food.
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The UK is set to implement the smarter rules for safer food (SRSF) package, a set of EU regulations for the protection against animal disease and plant pests, regardless of the Brexit outcome.
Food experts globally predict a decline in employment, consumer confidence and international trade in their respective countries over the next six months.
A recent YouGov survey, commissioned by the Red Tractor Food Assurance Scheme, found that 8 out of 10 UK adults are not concerned about food safety and standards.
A joint statement on behalf of the UK meat processing industry has outlined how the no-deal Brexit temporary tariff plan will have consequences for suppliers.
As part of an exploration into Brexit and future agricultural policy, Head of Policy at SFT, Honor Eldridge, has detailed what the future might hold for Welsh farming post-Brexit.
Campaigners are warning of a “gaping hole” in the UK’s food safety regime, as figures have revealed that high numbers of food inspections are missed each year.
The NFU has called for the government to ensure that any new domestic agricultural policy looks to make growing oilseed rape viable for the future, after a recent survey revealed significant drops in oilseed rape yield.
Peter Hardwick, BMPA Policy Advisor, joined a panel discussion on BBC Radio Ulster’s ‘Inside Business’ to discuss the implications of Brexit for Irish food businesses.
The government has published an update to the UK’s temporary tariff regime for a no-deal Brexit, but the FDF's Policy Manager warns that it will be "catastrophic."
The World Trade Organization has approved US levies worth $7.5 billion on EU imports.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants Brexit to go ahead at the end of October ‘no matter what,’ but industry insiders say a winter exit for the food market is not ideal.
As Brexit draws closer, UK food safety Statutory Instruments (SIs) could leave US-UK food safety negotiations unsettled.
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.