Meat Industry Brexit Impact Report

British Meat Processors Association
British Meat Processors Association

Our work

As the association at the heart of Britain’s meat industry we provide the most diverse forum for Government, consumers and companies throughout the food industry.

We enable key players to work together to raise and maintain the UK’s internationally renowned food safety standards.

We not only represent the interests of our members, but actively work with them to maintain Britain’s high standard and reputation for a quality and regulated meat industry. Our activities include:

  • Provision of up to the minute information and guidance on industry issues affecting our members
  • Representation to Government in the UK and Europe to help shape policy
  • Provision of specialist advice and assistance on technical, legislative and enforcement matters
  • Ownership and management of the key pigmeat product and manufacturing standards behind the widely recognised Red Tractor consumer logo.
  • Managing the Climate Change Levy Discount Scheme designed to encourage the meat industry to operate in a more environmentally friendly way

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Industry / 15 Apr /

Three wise monkeys

Trade / 08 Apr /

Lorry heading for a port

Trade / 24 Mar /

Union Jack held together with sticking plasters

Brexit / 23 Feb /

On today's business podcast @IanKingSky speaks to the CEO of @BMPA_INFO about new #COVID19 isolation rules - plus we hear from an industry expert about how many people are really returning to the office.

🎧 Listen to the podcast in full 👇http://podfollow.com/the-ian-king-business-podcast

The Government's handling of track and trace self-isolation exemptions is 'worse than useless', says British Frozen Food Federation boss Richard Harrow, with many confused over which food factory employees it applies to: https://bit.ly/3kNIOPt @BFFF_Tweets @BMPA_INFO

We still only have half a picture of Government's 'pingdemic' exemptions for food businesses.
You can read our thoughts on this in this morning's press release which highlights what we know, what we don't know and what needs to happen next.
https://bit.ly/3y4j5pM