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UK organic produce “faces trade embargo” under no deal Brexit, says farmers' union

The National Famers’ Union claims that failure of the European Commission to recognise UK organic products in a no-deal scenario will mean organic producers having to sell their products as conventional abroad for at least nine months.

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The EU needs to recognise UK organic certification bodies in the event of a no-deal so that the country’s organic sector export products are not forced back onto the home market, potentially at the cost of millions of pounds, the National Farmers' Union (NFU) has said.


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