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13 March 2019 | By Fiona McBride
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. .
5 March 2019 | By Richard Doughty
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.
21 February 2019 | By New Food
"Your concerns have been absolutely heard," Minister tells NFU delegates.
16 January 2019 | By New Food
"Businesses should be urgently reviewing their supply chains to identify any major risk areas and implement risk-reduction strategies."
14 January 2019 | By New Food
"Potentially catastrophic impact of not reaching any deal is clear," say Scotland's food leaders in letter, adding their voice to a similar letter from the UK's farmers.
5 October 2018 | By New Food
Unilever has decided to stay in the UK after Brexit, cancelling its previous plans to move its headquarters to the Netherlands.
1 October 2018 | By New Food
Leading food manufacturers and regional authorities gather in the heart of London in search of vital Brexit answers.
27 September 2018 | By Iqra Farooq (New Food)
The UK government has appointed David Rutley to the Department of Environment, Food & Rural Affairs to oversee the protection of food supplies through the Brexit process, amid rising fears of a 'No Deal' scenario.
18 September 2018 | By Mike Stones
The recent Agriculture Bill will force thousands of farmers to leave agriculture and imperil rural environments, warns Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat’s spokesman for environment, food and rural affairs.
12 September 2018 | By James Smith
James Smith of the UK Flavour Association shares his thoughts on what direction the food industry should be taking…
11 September 2018 | By New Food
Says president, "We have a contingency plan in place."
24 August 2018 | By Mike Stones (New Food)
“As the consequences of a no-deal exit from the EU become ever clearer, it is vital that, to protect the interests of shoppers and consumers, the government must deliver a deal with the EU”: Ian Wright, FDF.