Meat Industry Brexit Impact Report

British Meat Processors Association
British Meat Processors Association

The leading trade body for the British meat industry.

Our industry employs around 97,000 people and is worth £8.2 billion a year to the UK. We are the voice of British meat processing.

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Representing Our Members

We work closely with Governments, regulators and other industry groups.

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BMPA Pork Scheme

BMPA is the standard behind the widely recognised Red Tractor consumer logo.

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Industry Briefings

Valuable market intelligence to give our members a competitive advantage.

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Government Consultations

A way to influence and shape policy and legislation before it enters Parliament.

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Lucas Daglish introduces BMPA’s sustainability agenda

Drawing on the expertise of BMPA members, I will be developing a deeper understanding of the sustainability challenges they face, the commitments they have made so far and how they are progressing toward their goals.

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BMPA members account for a large share of the meat sector in the UK.

MP Paul Blomfield didn’t mince his words in a recent speech. He said Govt. is ignoring UK industry and using the NI Protocol to pick a political fight with the EU.
He also highlighted the practical approach they could take, which BMPA has been advocating.
https://bit.ly/3bA8fBh

Defra has suspended a rule change until 13 Dec that would've instantly rendered a large amount of product ineligible for export.
BMPA is pressing them to reverse their decision or at least explain why it's necessary to add this extra layer of bureaucracy.
https://bit.ly/3R3tlbA

New EFRA Chair Robert Goodwill explained to BBC Radio the unique recruitment challenges that meat companies face, particularly at a time of record low unemployment.
He said to Govt. "you just don't get it" and said their response is "wholly inadequate".
https://bit.ly/3AckdLD