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The EU Council, in its 27 member state format, has called for urgent progress on the issue of the Irish border in ongoing Brexit talks, while the European Commission’s chief negotiator has outlined a potential framework for a future partnership talks with the UK
Ireland will soon be able to send its first beef shipments to China as the first tranche of production facilities are approved by Beijing, the Irish Agriculture Ministry has indicated.
The UK government needs to urgently formulate a comprehensive food security strategy in preparation for Brexit, a report published today by the House of Lords states.
Senior UK ministers will discuss post-Brexit customs options with the EU, just a few days after a document by Brexiteer MPs warned the government not to enter into a “customs partnership” with the bloc.
Singapore is opening its market to a wider range of Scottish beef products in recognition that Scotland’s official BSE status is now better than that of England and Wales.
The House of Commons International Trade Committee has concluded the UK government should not enter into trade negotiations with the US without first establishing a “clear, comprehensive and evidence-based trade strategy.”
UK organic produce exporters and re-exporters will face a complex trading situation after Brexit, unless progress is made in recognising standards and certifications.
UK suppliers which do not have Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certification are already missing a trick and, as Brexit looms, would be well advised to get it – and for the food industry specifically, there is an added incentive, delegates at a conference in London heard this week.
The recent conclusion of the EU-Mexico trade agreement is set to deliver a trade boost for European dairy exporters, with tariff-free access for skimmed milk powder (SMP) and other products, as well as geographical indication protection for certain cheeses.
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