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IGD has a central team working on Brexit issues in liaison with industry and government.Through this team we provide a range of information and services to help businessesprepare for both current and future scenarios.
As well as regularly tracking shopper attitudes towards Brexit, we liaise with government, trade associations and businesses to understand how leaving the European Union will impact the food consumer goods industry.
Helping companies to prepare
We help companies prepare for leaving the European Union through our series of informative articles, newsletters, conference calls and webinars. We also support the Brexit Food Hub, an FAQ website produced in partnership with 27 organisations.
Changes to how we trade with the European Union could disrupt supply chains. We work with industry to support effective dialogue with government in a crisis, including through our membership of the Defra Food Chain Emergency Liaison Group.
Post Brexit thinking
We support the food and consumer goods industry in preparing for the future, including planning for different political scenarios, advice on boosting productivity and skills and understanding future trade priorities.
27 organisations have pooled resources to produce a new contingency planning website for food and drink companies.
An economic update on Brexit and what it means for food and grocery businesses.
We look at four ways this uncertainty could unfold and its’ implications for your business.
Join us on 25 June at 1pm to hear the latest thinking and insights on Brexit.
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