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Brexit could mean 'less safe and nutritious products,' report warns

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Exiting the European Union presents serious risks to businesses and workers in the food sector, a briefing paper has stated as it warns of a future of “less safe and nutritious products.”

In 2017 there were just over 9,000 active food and drink manufacturers in the UK. ©iStock

Trade, skills and innovation have ‘untapped export potential,’ says FDF report

Ireland is targeting Mexico for increased agri-food exports. Pic: ©iStock/alexis84

Irish mission to Mexico looks to mitigate possible Brexit issues

UK mulls 'British only' filter button to encourage online shoppers to buy home produce

UK mulls 'British only' filter button to encourage online shoppers to buy home produce

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Appetite for buying British rises as brand values fall

Britain's top three export destinations are Ireland, France and the United States. © iStock

UK food and drink exports post record Q1 growth

Pecan Deluxe makes cakes, biscuits, sauces and desserts. Picture: Pecan Deluxe.

Pecan Deluxe hires Chamber International to improve its export efficiency following Brexit

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British MP warns exports to Australia will ‘go off’ in transit

Food manufacturing faces being squeezed by the twin challenges of a potential labour shortage as the supply of EU migrants is reduced or even dries up after Brexit. ©iStock/Bank215

UK food industry faces labour shortfall as Brexit fallout gathers pace

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Tate & Lyle profits jump 85% as weak pound provides boost

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