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Welsh meat industry at risk of no-deal Brexit

The Welsh meat industry is at risk from a no-deal Brexit with current patterns in the red meat industry, according to the Chief Executive...

No to imports of sub-standard food, says British public

A new survey has found that 86% of the British public believe that future trade deals must ensure imported food is produced to the...

First major review of UK food system launched in generations

The first major review of the UK food system in almost 75 years has been launched to “cultivate a stronger food system for the...

New fund to tackle climate change in agrifood sector

A consortium of scientific research and academic institutions in the UK are joining forces to identify solutions to tackle climate change linked to the...

Extra virgin olive oil shipped on blockchain for first time

Olive oil producer Caroli has partnered with Blocksyte to use blockchain during the shipment of extra virgin olive oil for the first time. Blocksyte's SaaS-based...

UK food & drink industry calls for government support

A call-to-action for government to support and champion the UK’s food and drink industry has published by more than thirty organisations from across the...

Creamery to produce energy from cheese waste

A by-product of the cheesemaking process at the Wensleydale Creamery is to be the raw material to produce more than 10,000 MWh of energy...

Agreement grants British beef access to Chinese market

An agreement has been reached between China and the UK granting British beef producers access to the Chinese market by the end of the...

Arla using AI to predict milk intake

An artificial intelligence tool developed by Arla Foods can predict milk intake from farmer-owners creating a more sustainable, streamlined supply chain. Every year, Arla collects...

Nestlé & Danone join new Ellen MacArthur Foundation Food initiative

Nestlé and Danone are among the slew of companies joining forces with a new Ellen MacArthur Foundation Food initiative. Announced at the EAT Forum held...

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