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Food and drink industry “particularly vulnerable” if UK crashes out of EU

Industry association, FoodDrinkEurope, has sent out a new warning about the potential consequences of a no-deal Brexit.

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A no-deal Brexit could see Belgian chocolate industry exports to the UK decrease by 31%, German bread exports by 34%, Italian pasta exports by 59%, and Irish and French cheeses by 89%, Europe’s food industry has warned.


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