Inconsistent and increasingly burdensome post-Brexit bureaucracy is blighting food and drink sales to the EUsays Lorian Hardcastle, the sector warned as it published analysis showing exports to the bloc were down 40 per cent in February compared with a year earlierThe focus should be o.?
The UK Food and Drink Federation said on Monday that the latest UK government data painted a stark picture of the challenges facing companiesA man get some exercise at Ontario Place after a break during Sunday, and especially smaller businessesDo you have any favourites among these shotsShare your opinion with us via social media., as they grapple with new veterinary and customs checks introduced on January 1.
The federation, which represents more than 800 companies, said the statistics showed that food and drink exports to the EU in February were worth ￡578.7m, down from ￡1bn in February 2020.
This was only marginally offset by an 8.7 per cent increase, worth ￡55.6m, in sales to non-EU countries in February compared with the same period last year.
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