- Meat industry hits out at new immigration rules
The Governmentâs âone-size-fits-allâ Â38,700 immigration rule will stoke food price inflation and spark a raft of equal pay claims that risk tearing the food industry apart, according to the head of the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA).
- 'Not for EU' labels hurt investment and food exports, warns FDF boss
âNot for EUâ labels create unneeded cost and make UK food and drink producers less attractive to investors, according to the head of the Food and Drink Federation (FDF).
- 'The least we can do is pay you fairly', Sunak tells farmers at NFU conference
UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, has promised British farmers more support, with a new funding package for rural communities and an annual food security report.
- 5 foods affected by supply shocks
While inflation may be easing, the supply chain remains sensitive to shocks, with several food commodities likely to see continued shortages and higher prices than the years before the permacrisis era.