Brexit Debate

Food sector must lobby harder over Brexit

The UK's agri-food sector will not be a top priority in Brexit negotiations unless stakeholders unite to lobby government

The UK’s food and drink supply chain stakeholders have been advised to unite in making sure the industry’s interests take centre stage during the tough Brexit negotiations that will take place over the next two years.

Manufacturing representatives react to Theresa May's manifesto (Conservatives)

Food and drink sector reacts to Conservatives’ manifesto

The Liberal Democrats were right to place the economy at the heart of its manifesto, according to CBI (Flickr/Liberal Democrats)

Manufacturing sector reacts to Lib Dems’ manifesto

The food and drink sector reacts to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's pledges (Flickr/Chatham House)

Food and drink sector reacts to Labour’s manifesto

Baroness Susan Kramer, Liberal Democrat shadow business secretary

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New product development is the biggest growth opportunity for food and drink businesses

NPD tops food and drink firms’ biggest opportunities

Horticulture will be ‘devastated’ without a quota-based workers’ scheme

New government ‘must deal with labour shortages’

Nim's Fruit Crisps owner, Nimisha Raja, said using the 'British' brand will help with life after Brexit

Nim’s Fruit Crisps founder on life after Brexit

Securing the best possible Brexit deal topped the FDF's five-point manifesto

FDF wish list: Brexit tops five-point manifesto

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