The Policy Group helps the food and agricultural supply chain
- Assess and reduce risk
- Identify and exploit opportunities
- Keep you up to date with current thinking
We provide quantified financial assessments covering all aspects but with particular emphasis on trade impacts.
Much of the impact of Brexit surrounds new tariff arrangements
and customs control on trade. But changes are also expected in farm subsidies, availability of labour, pesticide legislation, introduction of genetically modified crops and environmental
While it is not possible to foresee the conclusions to UK
negotiations, it is possible to identify the impact of the available options on price and source of supply. This in turn, helps to identify financial risk and opportunities.
As negotiations progress the range of options will narrow,
allowing conclusions to be refined.
Where new suppliers are needed there is no point waiting until
your competitors have secured all sources of supply.
Our research team has a deep understanding of the supply chain
from input suppliers through producers to retailers. Agricultural policy and particularly trade policy is complex. While this is a new subject for many in the food chain it is not new territory for
The Policy Group.