Contents tagged with trade

5 November 2019

Innovative butchery has developed 35 new pork cuts from the front section of the carcase, which accounts for around a third of it.

24 October 2019

From 18 October, approximately 75% of cheese and 93% of butter sent to the US from the EU will be subject to tariffs under the new regime.

24 October 2019

Could the UK be self sufficient in mozzarella if trade is disrupted under a no-deal scenario?

24 October 2019

We look at how the cheddar industry has moved on over the last two years in preparation for Brexit.

23 October 2019

The UK government announced revisions to the temporary tariff schedule which will apply to imports in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Further import tariffs have been announced for some cheeses, although the rates have not increased.

1 November 2019

UK butter and cheese exports to the US will face higher tariffs from 18 October, following the announcement that the US can apply up to $7.5 billion of retaliatory tariffs a year on products imported from the EU.

23 October 2019

In a no-deal, the UK would face a tariff on butter exports sent to the EU. This would make the majority of UK butter uncompetitive on EU markets.

7 October 2019

The USA is planning to impose countermeasures of almost $7.5bn on a range of EU products, with dozens of products facing additional tariffs of 25% What does this mean for UK exports?

4 October 2019

If the UK leaves the EU in a ‘no-deal’ scenario, it will no longer be able to enjoy the benefits of trade agreements the EU has with other countries. In this article, we look at the progress that has been made in rolling over these deals and what it means for agri-food trade.

6 August 2019

A No Deal Brexit will have a substantial impact on beef and sheepmeat trade, whilst the impact of a Brexit Deal is likely to be relatively minor.

31 July 2019

Selecting lambs for slaughter to meet market specification