Brexit
News

Nottinghamshire Builds Frozen Meals Reserve Ahead of Brexit

October 2, 2019

The Nottinghamshire County council has built a reserve of two weeks of frozen meals ahead of a possible no-deal Brexit, reports Nottingham Post. According to the authority, the Government claims food shortages are unlikely, but some choices may be limited. A document detailing preparations for a no-deal shows the council has prepared provisional new menus […]

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News

BFFF Joins the Brexit Food Hub

September 23, 2019

The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) has recently announced it has joined the Brexit Food Hub. The hub has been developed to assist businesses in planning and preparing in the event the UK leaves the EU on 31 October 2019 without a deal. It provides links to a wide range of official advice and to […]

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How Will Brexit Affect the Packaging and Processing Industries?

May 8, 2019

Uncertainties revolving around Brexit are still a reality, as a no-deal scenario remains possible. The current postponement to 31 October 2019 has not helped alleviate uncertainties. But what consequences would this have on the food industry and the associated packaging and processing industries? In a recent article, Interpack organizers discuss the challenges that will affect […]

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News

Five Implications of Brexit Scenarios on the Food Industry Revealed by Euromonitor

April 4, 2019

As Brexit confusion continues to loom, Euromonitor has outlined its predictions for top implications of the best and worst-case scenarios for the food industry. A Light/No Brexit, a No-Deal scenario and disorderly No-Deal Brexit all remain possibilities. Below you can read the research firm’s predictions about how these scenarios might affect the food industry. A […]

IFE 2019
Events

IFE 2019 Opens Its Gates March 17-20 in London

March 12, 2019

IFE 2019, a major international food & drink event, is due to take place between March 17-20, 2019 at the ExCeL in London, the UK. The trade show is expected to bring together 1,350 innovative, global and cutting-edge manufacturers in the industry. Exhibitors will be coming to London to showcase their product portfolios. For example, […]

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News

Brexit Is Already Negatively Impacting UK Meat Exports

March 6, 2019

Brexit might still be weeks away, but some British meat exporters are already feeling its repercussions. According to the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA), select companies are reporting that their overseas customers are canceling orders and buying their products from other countries due to the confusion surrounding Brexit. Since there have been delays in announcing […]

GCCA
Events

Event Preview: GCCA European Cold Chain Conference 2019

February 21, 2019

The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) will hold the 22nd European Cold Chain Conference from March 20-22, 2019 in Brussels, Belgium. Approximately 100 professionals representing temperature-controlled third-party logistics companies will gather to participate. By Dan Orehov The focus of the event is to provide delegates with a better understanding of market trends, industry challenges, business solutions, […]

GCCA
News

Exclusive: GCCA CEO Discusses Cold Chain Industry Challenges

January 31, 2019

The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) will be hosting the 22nd European Cold Chain Conference between March 20-22 in Brussels, Belgium. The event, which seeks to bring together high-level professionals representing temperature controlled third-party logistics including storage, transportation, logistics and more, will provide many opportunities for knowledge transfer, as well as networking. The main challenges […]

Brexit
News

Frozen Food Suppliers Brace for Brexit

January 23, 2019

UK supermarket chain Tesco is gearing up for Brexit by renting refrigerated containers to increase frozen food storage capacity, according to an internal memo revealed by the Financial Times. Tesco will continue to use the fridges that it has rented over the busy holiday period to stock up on products for the rest of the […]

Reports

UK/IRELAND: BREXIT Stalls Market Stability

August 4, 2016

The full effects of UK’s vote to leave the EU will not become clear for some time, however the Sterling Pound has lost value against the Euro. By Ann Marie Foley This means that EU products sold into to the UK are more expensive and UK products exported to EU are cheaper. “We are seeing […]

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