Brexit Has Wide Reaching Implications For The UK Food Industry

More complex in nature than non-food markets, grocery in the UK is set for an uncertain future and one that will be impacted by direct and indirect policy once the UK starts its complicated emancipation from the EU.

From the significant loss in value of the pound, to the implications of free trade, freedom of movement and agricultural subsidies, retailers must brace themselves, and prepare consumers for price rises after a period of subdued profitability.

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