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What can EU produce sector expect after Brexit?

What can EU produce sector expect after Brexit?

Published on Jan 06th, 2020
Source: Freshfel

 

 

With the UK all but certain to leave the EU in 2020, the European fruit and vegetable industry is viewing with great concern the potential impact this will have on intra-EU trade flows. A recent Rabobank report found that fresh produce will be the most affected food sector following Brexit, along with animal protein. At a time when the EU agricultural sector is still adjusting to the fallout of the Russian embargo, the potential loss of another key market could have devastating consequences.

Poupart Imports brings world best produce to the UK

Poupart Imports brings world best produce to the UK

Published on Jul 16th, 2015

“It's a very dangerous business to be in and it's daily, it's immediate, it's spot, it’s the open market. We are still traders, unlike the companies that supply the retailers, who are programmed and automated and predictable – we are the unpredictable end of the fresh produce industry.”

That’s Poupart Imports Senior Trader Jerry Green talking to ED about the volatile prices in the world of wholesale supply.

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