"Technology may be used to provide solutions for Brexit"

UK Government’s vision for Brexit in terms of food labelling, institutions, PDOs, farmers, customs and the transition period may be aided by technology says Hilary Ross, Head of Retail, Food & Hospitality Group at Legal Business DWF LLP

8th June, 2018
Head of Retail, Food & Hospitality Group at Legal Business DWF LLP

What's your name?

Hilary Ross

What position do you hold?

Head of Retail, Food & Hospitality Group at Legal Business DWF LLP

How long have you held the position?

7 Years

What are your day to day responsibilities?

Supporting food manufacturers and retailers in finding solutions to a wide range of compliance issues to mitigate their exposure to risk and adverse publicity

What is your professional background?

I am a lawyer

Tell me about yourself away from work?

I'm a movie buff and dog walker

Tell us something very few people know about you?

I was part of a successful attempt to get into the Guinness book of records for the largest number of Ferraris on track at Silverstone at any one time (not my Ferrari unfortunately but fun nevertheless!)

You are speaking at the forthcoming National Food Industry summit. What is the focus of your talk?

I will be discussing what the main impact of Brexit will be on the Food and Drinks sector. I will be taking a look at the UK Government’s vision for Brexit in terms of food labelling, institutions, PDOs, farmers, customs and the transition period, and how technology may be used to provide solutions.

Hilary Ross will be appearing at The National Food & Drink Industry Summit. The agenda and further details for this important national event at Croke Park on June 12th, are available at www.foodindustry.ie

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