AIC works to support a modern, sustainable, commercial agriculture and create conditions that enable members to operate successfully and legally in an environment of ever-increasing legislation. Members are fully involved in all our business processes and enjoy a full range of benefits.
AIC members are part of a powerful, unified voice that is recognised and respected by policymakers in the both UK and EU.
The Agricultural Industries Confederation serves the agribusiness and agricultural supply industries across the UK by promoting the interests of our Members to governments and regulators at national and European Union level.
AIC membership accounts for over 90% of the sectors it represents, ensuring that its authoritative voice is recognised and respected.
Delivering on AIC Roadmap ambitions - a progress update for Members;
Renewable Energy Directive II - Feedstocks assured under new Directive;
Proposed expansion of feed sources - outlining a position on PAP for the UK
AIC is increasing its focus on issues that will affect Members over the next 10 years, at both a policy and practical level. Our work is underpinned by three pillars; competitiveness, productivity, and environment. Combined, these pillars enable the agri-supply industry to demonstrate and work towards greater sustainability.
The Trade and Co-operation Agreement with the EU was welcomed in January, but challenges in implementation remain. This continues to be a focus for AIC. In particular, the difficulties for trade with the EU and between GB and Northern Ireland.
AIC’s Annual Report summarises some of the work that AIC and AIC Services has covered on behalf of our members, participants and stakeholders behalf. It is a snap shot of the policy work the organisations has carried out by agri-supply sector and service.
AIC’s Election manifesto. We call on the government to deliver a Brexit that recognises the strategic importance of UK agriculture. This manifesto sets out our aspirations for EU exit negotiations as well as our priorities for UK domestic policy.