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EU to allow post-Brexit UK farm produce exports

EU to allow post-Brexit UK

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The UK government has told the horticultural business that the EU will permit practically all food and plant sends out from Great Britain to proceed after Brexit.

As an initial step, the UK must be granted “third nation” recorded status to be permitted to fare to the EU.

  • A Defra letter says the EU will affirm this lawfully on Monday, with impact from 1 January.
  • This will apply independent of a post-Brexit bargain.

On the off chance that no arrangement were struck charges on imports the two different ways would apply as well, while new administrative noise, for example, trade wellbeing declarations will be presented.

“Third nation posting” is fundamental to allow progressing fares of, for instance, Welsh sheep or live chicks.

The National Farmers Union said it was a “basic advance forward”. While practically all UK plant sends out are likewise recorded, there is a deferral on certain fares of seeds.

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Furthermore, though the continuous fare of Ware potatoes for eating is affirmed, seed potatoes will be prohibited.

The Defra letter says: “Lamentably the EU have affirmed they won’t acknowledge our case for a lasting change to the disallowance on seed potatoes… in light of the fact that there is no understanding for GB to be powerfully lined up with EU rules”.

This is an industry altogether focussed in Scotland and the north of England.

Fares of seed potatoes will likewise be banished from Great Britain to Northern Ireland. A progression economic agreement with Egypt will secure the biggest market for British fares.


Scottish government provincial representative Fergus Ewing said it would be “sad for our reality driving industry”.

It was a postponement to the way toward giving third nation recorded status that prompted the Government blaming the EU for taking steps to “bar” Northern Ireland. This news ensures that entrance for nearly everything.