Irish Smoked Salmon Producer Says it’s Now Cheaper to Send Fish to America Than The UK Due to Brexit Costs

September 23, 2021 Josh Barrie, I News

One of the most respected smoked salmon producers in Ireland said it has become cheaper to send cured fish to America than the UK due to additional costs caused by Brexit.

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Cheshire Cheese Boss Told to Look at US and Canada Markets Rather Than EU

Simon Spurrell, the co-founder of Cheshire Cheese Company, has been told by the environment minister to seek out US and Canada markets rather than the European Union (EU).

Derbyshire Cheese Maker Upset at Post-Brexit Stilton Fee

March 19, 2021 BBC

One of the few dairies allowed to make Stilton said it has had to stop sales to the European Union (EU) since Brexit.

Human Cost of EU’s Spite: Trade War Looms After Brussels’ ‘Indefensible’ Block on British Clams, Oysters and Mussels

February 15, 2021 NICK CONSTABLE, Daily Mail

There’s a bitter north-easterly wind whipping the waves as Chris Ranger moors his ageing sailboat and steps off with a small net of oysters.

Tonnes of Cornish Cheese at Risk of Being Thrown Away

February 11, 2021 BBC

Up to two tonnes of cheese is at risk of being thrown away by a company struggling to sell off its stock during lockdown.