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Princes makes a range of branded canned and packaged fish, fruit, meat, ready meals, pies, pastes and juices

Princes Foods takes profit hit

By Rod Addy

Raw material cost increases and deflationary pressures hit Princes Foods’ pre-tax profit in the past financial year, according to a spokesperson for the business, although the company succeeded in boosting sales.

Brexit may cause some investors to hold off on further deals for a time

Pending EU exit fails to slow industry deals

By Rod Addy

Food industry merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in 2018 remained unhampered by the UK’s pending exit from the EU, with the overall volume of deals up on the previous year.

A new no-deal Brexit hotline will offer advice on what to do in a cliff-edge exit from the EU

No-deal Brexit hotline launched

By James Ridler

Food and drink manufacturers are set to benefit from a no-deal Brexit hotline, helping businesses plan for the impact of a no-deal scenario.

Shore Capital's Clive Black has criticised politicians for Brexit uncertainty

UK an ‘embarrassment’ for lack of Brexit agreement

By James Ridler

The Government’s inability to reassure UK food producers on the future of the industry post-Brexit has made the country an international embarrassment, Shore Capital head of research Clive Black has claimed.

the Welsh meat industry faces uncertainty in 2019, claims Meat Production Wales

New year of uncertainty for Welsh meat production

By James Ridler

Brexit uncertainty and the absence of a deal has left the Welsh meat industry stepping into the unknown in 2019, according to Hybu Cig Cymru (HCC) – Meat Promotion Wales.

Brexit: the clock is really ticking now

No-deal Brexit fears build

By Rod Addy

Businesses' Brexit fears have snowballed, amid a House of Commons statement yesterday that 3,500 service personnel were on standby to support Government departments in the event of a 'no-deal' scenario.

UK food and drink exports have risen over the past year

Whisky remains top UK export

By Aidan Fortune

Whisky and chocolate continue to top the UK’s food and drink export lists, new research has found.

The UK's ability to export after Brexit was Gove's biggest concern

Export ability is Gove’s biggest fear

By Noli Dinkovski

The ability of food and drink firms to export food to the Continent has been revealed as environment secretary Michael Gove’s biggest fear should the UK leave the EU without a deal.

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