CIEH calls for clarification on EFRA’s post-Brexit meat exports report
May05

CIEH calls for clarification on EFRA’s post-Brexit meat exports report

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has welcomed the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee’s report into meat exports to the EU post-Brexit, but asked for clarification regarding certifying officers.

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NSA warns of unlevel playing field for UK breeding animal trade
Mar25

NSA warns of unlevel playing field for UK breeding animal trade

The National Sheep Association (NSA) is warning that the current inability to move breeding sheep to the EU will soon bite as the sheep breeding season progresses.

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US trade brings risks and reward for UK meat sector
Mar22

US trade brings risks and reward for UK meat sector

A new trade deal with the US will consist of risks and opportunities for the UK meat sector, according to a new report published by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).

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Government criticised over border checks delay
Mar15

Government criticised over border checks delay

Government has come under fire over its decision to suspend the introduction of new rules on imports from the EU to the UK.

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Brexit legislation for EU food imports pushed back to October
Mar12

Brexit legislation for EU food imports pushed back to October

The Government has announced that new Brexit legislation for food imports from the EU, which were due to begin April, have been pushed back until October.

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Products including meat face new Brexit legislation from April
Mar11

Products including meat face new Brexit legislation from April

Multi-ingredient products, which include meat, will be subject to new Brexit legislation from 21st April, the European Commission has confirmed.

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