Food exporters worried over increase in Brexit border controls, BOI says
Bank of Ireland’s head of food and drink says there is still uncertainty over what the new checks for meat and dairy, due to start in October, will entail
The food and drink industry is concerned about the impending increase in Brexit controls for goods being exported to Britain, a Bank of Ireland expert has said.
From October, meat and dairy products exported to Britain will be subject to sanitary checks requiring a certificate from a vet.
Róisín O’Shea, head of food and drink at Bank of Ireland, said there were concerns around the availability of vets to meet the new demand and process ...