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UK supermarket to remove ‘Use By’ dates from milk

UK supermarket to remove ‘Use By’ dates from milk

January 10, 2022

UK-NZ free trade deal: How it affects the agricultural community

UK-NZ free trade deal: How it affects the agricultural community

Following 16 months of negotiations, the Prime Ministers of the UK and New Zealand – Boris Johnson and Jacinda Ardern...

October 21, 2021

Shortage of lamb imports forecast for the UK Christmas period

Shortage of lamb imports forecast for the UK Christmas period

October 12, 2021

UK nears trade deal with New Zealand

UK nears trade deal with New Zealand

A trade deal between the UK and New Zealand could see both countries ditch tariffs as high as 10% on...

August 23, 2021

Milkman mistaken for burglar and arrested by UK police

Milkman mistaken for burglar and arrested by UK police

August 10, 2021

UK reaches free trade agreement with Australia

UK reaches free trade agreement with Australia

June 15, 2021

UK-Australia trade deal could give major boost to Scotch whiskey producers

UK-Australia trade deal could give major boost to Scotch whiskey producers

A UK-Australia trade deal could include a major boost for Scotch whisky producers with the removal of a 5% tariff...

June 3, 2021

71% fall in UK imports of Irish sheepmeat in March

71% fall in UK imports of Irish sheepmeat in March

May 24, 2021

Well worth keeping an eye on the UK / Australia trade deal

Well worth keeping an eye on the UK / Australia trade deal

April 27, 2021

Shipments of Irish sheepmeat to the UK fall again

Shipments of Irish sheepmeat to the UK fall again

April 18, 2021

UK beef prices could well take off over the next few years

UK beef prices could well take off over the next few years

If I was a betting man, which I am not, I would take a serious punt on UK beef prices...

March 26, 2021

Commission sends letter of formal notice to UK over NI Protocol

Commission sends letter of formal notice to UK over NI Protocol

The European Commission has sent a letter of formal notice to the UK government over its decision to unilaterally delay...

March 15, 2021

China will control the tenor of the UK and global food markets

China will control the tenor of the UK and global food markets

It can be taken for granted that the UK government intends securing free trade arrangements with countries around the world,...

February 10, 2021

‘Irish Grass Fed Standard’ starting to make its mark in the UK

‘Irish Grass Fed Standard’ starting to make its mark in the UK

Last autumn’s launch of Bord Bia’s ‘Grass Fed Standard’ marketing initiative is helping to deliver an enhanced profile for Irish...

January 7, 2021

Closure of UK-French border has left ‘lorry loads worth millions of pounds being spoiled’

Closure of UK-French border has left ‘lorry loads worth millions of pounds being spoiled’

The UK government is continuing to hold talks with its French counterparts on reopening the border between the UK and...

December 22, 2020

UK and EU agree ‘in principle’ on rules regarding Northern Ireland following Brexit

UK and EU agree ‘in principle’ on rules regarding Northern Ireland following Brexit

The EU and UK have today (Tuesday December 8) agreed ‘in principle’ the rules surrounding the implementation of the Protocol...

December 8, 2020

Ireland to open new consulate in UK as Brexit looms

Ireland to open new consulate in UK as Brexit looms

Ireland will open a new consulate in the UK in the new year to improve Irish-British relations, as the Brexit...

November 16, 2020

UK beef to be served up in the US at AHDB launch event

UK beef to be served up in the US at AHDB launch event

The first shipment of UK beef to the US will be sampled by key influencers and buyers across three states...

October 5, 2020