As negotiations between the UK and the EU roll on, the possibility of the EU Exit “transition period” ending without a trade deal increases. Businesses trading in food, drink and other consumer goods between the UK and the EU will be impacted by this, facing higher costs and greater operational complexity. Our EU Exit team has created a checklist of activities, focusing on the movement of food and drink products from the EU to the UK, so you can see at a glance the steps your business needs to take to prepare for a possible no-deal exit.
Download our eight page checklist, to help your business get ready for a new relationship with Europe.
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