With a higher percentage of exports going to non-EU countries than other farming sectors and established and developing markets outside the EU, could UK potato growers stand to gain from Brexit?
Earlier this month, Cedric Porter, former chairman of the Oxford Farming Conference, discussed Brexit’s impact on the British meat industry.
Scotland’s food sector has called the prospect of a hard Brexit “terrifying” and has urged the UK government not to walk away from EU negotiations table without a trade deal.
The Huffington Post reports how Brexit has impacted major supermarket chains in Britain on the price of fruit, ultimately effecting the pockets of millions in Britain.
Is Nick Clegg right to assert that the Marmite row is just the tip of the iceberg?
New Zealand should be looking to build agricultural trade links with post-Brexit Britain rather than starting planned negotiations with the European Union, an influential lawmaker has said. On Tuesday, New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will meet to discuss bilateral trade negotiations, which could start in the coming months.
Farmers say Eastern Europeans are reluctant to work on British farms after the Brexit vote.