EU exit: food, farming and agriculture
Following Brexit, the UK has now left the single market and customs union. To help you manage the changes from January 2021, we'll be updating this page regularly to bring you the latest industry news, insights, government guidance and technical advice.
Listen to the latest analysis and advice from our experts, who discuss the various scenarios and how they could impact the agri-food industry.
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We have a range of tools to help you to manage EU exit.
Our Business Impact Calculator allows you to put in your direct payments figures to understand how they might change , while our Brexit toolkit contains a range of online tools, from looking at ways to minimise overhead costs to understanding the current market.
Latest market prices information
In light of the potential implications of a deal or no deal Brexit, we've pulled our key market prices into one place.
EU exit: meat producers and exporters
To help meat producers manage the changes in January 2021, we’ve collated the latest information and advice on exports
EU Exit Perspectives - blog
Friday, 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.
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