Guidance for the food and drink industry on the UK’s exit from the EU
The Campden BRI Brexit Hub is an online resource which provides ongoing regulatory support to the food and drink industry. It highlights and summarises key regulatory events and developments throughout the Brexit process and details the latest news and ‘hot topics’.
The hub includes an evolving list of the main legal instruments that impose requirements on the production and marketing of food and drink products in the UK. It contains links to current EU and UK legislation and is updated regularly.
As the name suggests, the Brexit Hub is the place to go to find links to useful resources and guidance, all in one place. Our FAQs are regularly updated to provide the most current guidance; and information on implications for labelling is presented in an easy-to-understand pictorial format. You can also submit questions.
The content of the Brexit Hub is curated by our expert and highly experienced food law advisers, who can be contacted for advice on Brexit, as well as the legislative requirements for the food and drink industry of countries throughout the world.
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Areas covered by the Brexit Hub include:
- general food law
- official controls
- nutrition and health claims
- lot marketing
- materials and articles in contact with food
- weight control
- contaminants – radiation
- contaminants - veterinary medicinal products
- food additives
- animal health and welfare
- product specific controls
- quick-frozen foods
- fish labelling
- spirit drinks
- packaging essential requirements
- extraction solvents
- novel foods
- consumer protection
- food for specific groups
- drinking water