The Brexit clock is ticking for Irish food businesses

The time for platitudes and wishful thinking from the government is over, writes Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
31st March, 2017
The Brexit clock is ticking for Irish food businesses
Brexit offers food for thought Pic: Getty

Brexit: it’s the word you haven’t been able to get away from all week, and with apologies in advance, that’s not going to change here.

There are thousands of business owners around the country nervously anticipating the fallout from Theresa May triggering Article 50, and many of them are in the food sector. Are the significant and hard-won gains notched up by food entrepreneurs all over the country over...

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