Concerns over EU uptake of UK protected food names as new scheme set to launch

After the end of the Brexit transition period on 1st January, the UK’s new geographical indication (GI) scheme will come into use, replacing the current EU protections, but one industry figure has expressed concern over the promotion of UK protected food names. John Farrand, MD of the Guild of Fine Food said: “I’d like to […]

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Currency shift a boon for British charcuterie

Stocking British charcuterie should be a more viable prospect for fine food retailers as the price differential with comparable Continental products has narrowed significantly. The currency impact of last June’s Brexit vote has reduced what was about a 50% premium for British charcuterie to an estimated 10-15%. Capreolus Fine Foods owner David Richards said this, […]

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