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Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight is being replaced by the new Customs Declarations Service (CDS) from 1st October and food businesses will then need to make all their import declarations using CDS.
A new eco concept store from Aldi has been designed with sustainable building materials with a view to reduce carbon consumption and to reduce life-cycle carbon emissions.
New figures indicate that the food industry has seen a distinct shift in funding from the early part of the decade, compared to the latter period.
Food and fresh food inflation prices in September hit another high, peaking at what is claimed to be the highest on record, according to the British Retail Consortium’s latest figures.
Labour will not rule out banning the government HFSS restrictions to take place next year, according to Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting.
Border checks have continued at ports in Northern Ireland despite DUP Agriculture Minister Edwin Poots’ instruction to officials to cease on Wednesday night (2nd February), and the First Minister’s subsequent resignation on Thursday.
The DIT’s impact assessment on the UK’s recently signed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Australia estimates financial blows for the agriculture, fishery and semi-processed food sectors.
The remarks by Maros Sefcovic, vice-president of the European Commission, came as the row between the UK and France over post-Brexit fishing rights continued.
After meeting with trade bodies across the food and drink industry, the government has said it will intervene in the current CO2 shortages.
Ian Wright, chief executive of the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has written to the government, warning that the food supply chain is “now seriously compromised by the disruptions in the supply of CO2.”
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