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The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) recently published guidance on several key areas affecting businesses. Please follow the links belowfor support on:

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 BREXIT 11-06

Food labelling changes after Brexit

Advice for food producers, manufacturers, retailers and suppliers on the changes to food labels if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

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 BREXIT 11-06

Exporting and importing fish if there’s no Brexit deal

Prepare for rules and processes for exporting and importing wild-caught marine fish if we leave the EU with no deal.

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 BREXIT 11-06

Trading and moving endangered species protected by CITES if there’s no withdrawal deal

Prepare for the rules and processes that will apply to trading or moving endangered animals or plants listed under CITES, or their products if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

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 BREXIT 11-06

REACH: What you'll need to do in a no deal scenario


The Local Government Association (LGA) now has a Brexit Advice Hub; where guidance can be found on planning for  a 'no deal' scenario and advice for business, on the EU Settlement Scheme, future EU funding, etc.

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 BREXIT 11-06

New government guidance encourages pesticides industry to prepare for EU exit


What is BEIS (the Government's Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy) doing to prepare businesses? Find out here what steps the Government is taking to prepare businesses for the UK leaving the European Union.

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 BREXIT 11-06

Importing and exporting plants and plant products if the UK leaves the EU without a deal


How to trade in plants and plant products inside and outside the EU if the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 with no deal.

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 BREXIT 11-06

Trading Timber


Prepare for the rules that will apply to buying and selling timber and timber products if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

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 BREXIT 11-02

GDPR

Guidance and resources for organisations after Brexit

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