A summary of discussions between AIC and the CRD in relation to Chemical Regulation post the UK exit from the EU
Revised and Effective from 1 January 2012
These slides provided some interesting context for the UK’s trade relationships and volumes of current trade with both EU and non-EU countries.
The Crop Protection and Agronomy sector have undertaken a review of relevant regulations. This spreadsheet presents the analysis alongside proposals for amendments that will support our priorities during Brexit discussions.
The International Meat Trade Association have written to the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (David Davis) highlighting the need for future trade arrangements with the EU to continue without costly and disruptive border checks, processes and procedures. The letter which is co-signed by AIC offers support to work with Government in partnership through a joint task force to address the challenges posed by sanitary inspection checks on food.
Please note this is a private letter provided for members information and not for wider distribution.
Two of our partner European trade associations have written to support the need to recognise the integrated nature of current supply chains and the importance of the EU Exit negotiations recognising the need to continue to maintain future trade and business relations between the uk and Europe.
FDE have statement underlining the need to minimise the business impact of the UK’s departure on European food and drink companies and the necessity to establish a new and sustainable working relationship as quickly as possible.
National Enforcement Priorities for Animal Feed and Food Hygiene at the level of Primary Production 2017-2018
Northern Ireland attachment 1 - letter
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