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Whisky workers seek Brexit job reassurance

Whisky workers are seeking answers from EU officials over the security of their jobs, after the UK quits the EU

Whisky workers are seeking “honest answers” from EU officials in Brussels today (March 22) over the security of their jobs once the UK quits the EU.

View our photogallery of the top seven food and drink trends for 2017, according to the BBC Food and Farming Awards' judges

Food and Farming Awards’ top seven trends

Fresh food and confectionery led last year's growth in the grocery market

Fresh food drives £3.7bn growth in groceries

Fentimans would set up a manufacturing plant in continental Europe to avoid any tariffed trade barriers (Flickr/Cheeseslave)

Fentimans to set up EU factory if UK trade deal fails

Food popularity: avocados were second in the IRI list, up 28% on 2015

Almond milk and avocados top fastest-growing food

Costa revealed its new roastery this week

Costa opens £38M roastery to quadruple production

Local authentic British food received a boost last year

Local authentic British food gets a boost

The run up to Easter saw a number of launches by food and drink firms

Easter product launches by food and drink firms

Chancellor Philip Hammond’s budget is a ‘major blow’ to the drinks industry. Image: Flickr user See Li

Drinks industry slams Spring Budget

The Spring Budget will boost productivity and help close the skills gap, claimed the FDF

Spring Budget to boost manufacturers’ productivity

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