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UK issues guidance on food labelling in the event of a hard Brexit

EU rules will be rolled over into UK statute books but changes would still have to be implemented

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The UK government has produced a document that lays down guidance on food production and labelling in case the country leaves the EU in March next year without a trade deal.

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