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Have your cake and eat it: The Brexit effect on bakery and snacks

Brexit will have far-reaching effects on the British food industry, according to Liberal Democratic Nick Clegg. Pic:©iStock/mrdoomits

BakeryandSnacks asked exhibitors at ife 2017, held in London at the beginning of March, what effects Brexit may have on their companies.

Nearly one fifth of UK food and drink exports go to Ireland. © iStock

UK food industry calls for early Brexit deal with Ireland

Four Campbell Soup employees are helping to put a bowl of cereal on the tables of those in need. Pic: ©iStock/DorSteffen

Breaking the fast: Campbell’s-funded start-up aims to make cereal accessible to all

The US currently represents the largest national market for packaging machinery at about 17% of the current global value, which is roughly $38.5bn. Pic: ©iStock/krblokhim

Breaking down the US packaging market for bakery and snacks

Kerry won the ASB's 2017 Innovation Award for its Biobake enzyme, suitable for crackers. Pic: ©iStock/mg7

Kerry Group wins BakingTech 2017 Innovation Award

The growing global grain consumption trend will contribute to an average annual growth rate of about 2%, with no significant acceleration or deceleration, predict analysts. Pic: ©iStock/Six Dun

Sluggish growth forecast for global cereal sector to 2025, says analyst

Following Brexit, how closely will UK regulatory officials work with companies within its own borders to lessen the risks? Pic: ©iStock/NicoElNino

The Brexit effect on food safety regulations

If you keep quiet or try to cover up a product recall, others will most often think you have something to hide. Pic: ©iStock/Nastco

How to avoid a PR crisis in five easy steps

It's about preparation and it will serve food manufacturers well if they know in advance how they are placed to protect themselves and their reputation. Pic: ©iStock/Cacaroot

Prevention is better than cure for bakery recalls

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