Contents tagged with EU Exit Perspectives

19 March 2021

In this week’s blog, AHDB’s Market Intelligence Director Phil Bicknell shares his take on a discussion with leading exporters about the short term impacts and long term opportunities for UK agri-food.

16 March 2021

The window is now open for farmers to express interest in taking part in the Sustainable Farming Incentive pilot.

5 March 2021

This week saw the launch of the Trade and Agriculture Commission (TAC) report to the Government on how best to advance the interests of UK farmers, food producers and consumers in future trade agreements. In this week’s blog International Market Development Director Dr Phil Hadley reflects on the report and the potential implications for our agri-food exports

3 March 2021

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26 February 2021

In this week’s blog, International Market Development Director Dr Phil Hadley reflects on the launch of the Government’s ‘Open Doors’ food and drink exports campaign, what it will mean for the UK agri-food sector and how a collaborative approach will pay dividends for our producers and processors on the global stage.

4 March 2021

With the post EU Exit ability to negotiate and shape its own trade relationships, the UK has formally applied to be part of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPPP). Amandeep Kaur Purewal looks into what this could mean for UK agriculture.

12 February 2021

In this week’s blog, our strategic insight analysts Tom Forshaw and Amandeep Kaur Purewal set out some facts and figures to put into context the potential future trading relationship between the UK and Australia.

5 February 2021

In a previous blog our head of export trade development for potatoes Patrick Hughes spoke of the importance of the EU market to seed potato growers and how he was hoping for a rapid resolution to the prohibition on UK exports to the Continent. In this week’s blog he updates us on the latest developments for the sector.

29 January 2021

This week, our senior policy analyst Tom Forshaw unpicks what the rules mean and why they matter.

22 January 2021

With free movement of labour ending on 31 December 2020, food and farming sectors, particularly horticulture, could be facing a huge challenge to source labour in the coming months.

15 January 2021

In this week’s blog, AHDB’s head of export trade development for potatoes Patrick Hughes examines the issues around gaining third country listed status for seed potatoes and what the industry might do if a resolution is not reached.

8 January 2021

In the first blog of the New Year and with a deal with EU finally agreed, our senior strategic insight manager Sarah Baker highlights some of the implications for our farming and food sectors.

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