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Brexit and climate change challenge food chain sustainability

Leading UK food and drink companies and experts have agreed that a firm commitment to sustainability and collaboration across the supply chain, as well as at government level, is vital if the sector is to meet the challenges it faces in the coming years.

European Food Law Traceability & Supply Chain

Brexit and climate change among challenges facing food chain sustainability

Leading UK food and drink companies and experts have agreed that a firm commitment to sustainability and collaboration across the supply chain, as well as at government level, is vital if the sector is to meet the challenges it faces in the coming years.

European Agricultural Policy Environment and Conservation

Sixteen key points made at latest Brexit meeting hosted by UK food industry

From food prices to migrant workers, here are 16 key points made at the UK Food and Drink Federation’s (FDF’s) conference called “Exiting the EU”:

European Food Law Brexit

UK discusses preparations for Brexit

The UK government is in listening mode as never before, a message driven home by senior staff from three newly reconfigured government departments when they addressed the business reference panel of Regulatory Delivery (RD) within the new Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (DBEIS) recently.

European Food Law Brexit

Brexit: Committee weighs up EEA and 'Customs Union' trade options

The House of Lords EU External Affairs Sub-Committee this week (September 15) weighed up the pros and cons of a European Economic Area (EEA) agreement and a Customs Union deal as it continues to assess the options for the UK’s trade relationship with the EU post-Brexit.

European Agricultural Policy Farm Policy & Programs

Lords Committee assesses options for post-Brexit UK-EU trade

The UK will not have to renegotiate the terms of its membership to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) when it leaves the European Union, a lively EU External Affairs Sub-Committee meeting was told last week (September 8).

European Agricultural Policy Farm Policy & Programs
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