UK targets open Irish border for food after Brexit


The UK government has said it wants to reach a deal that will see “no hard border in the movement of goods” between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland following the country’s exit from the European Union.


EC wants to build a ‘fairer food supply chain’


Cut subsidies for unhealthy commodities and regulate junk food marketing, says World Bank


Food industry gives cautious reception to UK-EU customs plan


Food safety ‘highest priority’ in post-Brexit trade deals

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Dutch arrests made as fipronil egg scare spreads to 17 markets


Netherlands and Belgium face-off in fipronil spat

Greece is looking to protect Greek yogurt as a PDO product. Pic:©iStock/-lvinst-

Greece looking into protection of the name Greek yogurt

Brexit an opportunity to stamp ‘British-made’ on food, NFU insist

Brexit an opportunity to stamp ‘British-made’ on food, NFU insist


Row over UK front-of-pack labelling intensifies

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