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28 June, 2017

Hard Brexit could lead to 80% tax on premium beef

Luxury beef could face tariffs of up to 80% if the government fails to clinch a post-Brexit free trade deal with the EU, forcing the industry to adopt World Trade Organization (WTO) rules. 

Puddledub expands with new butcher’s shop

A Fife farm is set to open its first standalone butcher’s shop under the Puddledub brand next month, following a successful pop up. 

Liquid enzymes to improve biogas production for agriculture sector

A new strategic partnership to improve biogas production in anaerobic digesters through the use of liquid enzymes has the potential to benefit rural and farm communities on both a financial and environmental level, according to the companies involved. 

Poor 2016 results spur Tulip into action

A predicted operating loss for Danish Crown subsidiary Tulip Ltd has led the business to embark on an extensive recovery programme. 

Lidl pips Aldi as discounters’ forward march continues

Lidl has surged ahead of Aldi in sales growth, with both discounters growing way ahead of the top five supermarkets, according to the latest 12-week grocery retail figures issued by Kantar. 

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Sainsbury’s recalls sandwich fillers due to Listeria presence

Sainsbury’s is recalling its range of sandwich fillers due to the presence of Listeria monocytogenes. 

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Scottish food companies invited to apply for £650k grant

Food companies in Scotland working together to produce innovative ways to sell products have been invited to apply for a support grant. 

Meat and Health 

Poultry antibiotic use cut by 71% since 2012

The British Poultry Council (BPC) has reported a massive drop in the use of antibiotics over the past five years. 

Law and Food Safety 

Theresa May’s EU citizen offer ‘falls short’

EU veterinarians and veterinarian nurses living in the UK deserve better than the Prime Minister’s proposals for ‘UK settled status’, according to the British Veterinary Association (BVA). 

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