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‘No deal’ Brexit could hike food prices by a third: BRC

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The British Retail Consortium (BRC), an industry body representing UK retailers, has warned that British shoppers could pay as much as one-third more for “everyday food items” in the event of a “no deal Brexit”.

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GMB: CETA trade deal sets bad precedent post-Brexit

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No justification for China extending potato starch duties, says Starch Europe

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Poor diet is linked to one in five deaths around the world

Vytenis Andriukaitis speaking at EP Plenary session

Almost 600 fipronil alerts in RASFF - Andriukaitis

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Spain to introduce origin labelling for milk products

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Food sector criticises 'political' dual-quality debate as EC signals intervention

NepCon, which stands for Nature, People and Economy Connected, has launched a database to help industry buy sustainable commodities, called Sourcing Hub,  © iStock/clariant

Sustainability database can help manufacturers avoid buying bad palm oil

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Commission urges UK to recognise geographical indications post-Brexit

MEP sounds isoglucose health warning as EU quotas end

MEP sounds isoglucose health warning as EU quotas end

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