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Brexit woes build for UK importers
Phelim O'Neill
The effects of Brexit are only now being felt by UK importers and exporters to the UK because of the delay in implementing border controls post Brexit.
Health risk from ultra processed foods
14 June 2024 News
Health risk from ultra processed foods
Reports from Lancet Regional Health Europe and WHO both target ultra-processed food as unhealthy.
Origin Enterprises revenue drops 21% as bad weather hits performance
13 June 2024 News
Origin Enterprises revenue drops 21% as bad weather hits performance
Sales at the agri-services group were also lower due to the drop in fertiliser prices.
Goodman takes care of succession planning
Veteran beef baron Larry Goodman has resigned from numerous company directorships and put in succession structures in recent months.
12 June 2024 News
Goodman’s charity is better at making money than giving it away
The Goodman Foundation has seen a huge increase in assets over recent years.
12 June 2024 News
Lidl welcomes Agrifood regulator
Lidl commit to full transparency with the Agrifood Regulator as they pilot a sustainable beef programme
12 June 2024 News
Yara opens hydrogen plant to make low-carbon fertilisers
Yara has 'already delivered' the first tonnes of fertilisers made from green ammonia produced at the new hydrogen plant.
12 June 2024 News
UK shares in Australian exports surge
Overall Australian beef and lamb exports increased in May compared with last year and while coming from a low base, there was a huge percentage increase to the UK.
9 June 2024 News
ISIF commits €128m to new renewable fund
The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund will commit €125m to a new fund aimed at renewable energy generation, energy storage solutions and grid infrastructure investments.
7 June 2024 Renewables
UK general election talk has gone post-Brexit
Almost two weeks into the general election campaign in the UK and Brexit is hardly mentioned.
7 June 2024 News
Why the European Central Bank rate cut matters for farmers
Higher interest costs for processors meant they were able to pay farmers less in 2023.
5 June 2024 News
Price of services is increasingly driving business costs higher
Much focus in the past two years has been on feed, fertiliser and fuel prices, but other costs have also risen substantially.
5 June 2024 News