The impact of the general election on the food sector

Written by Oliver Hall, Managing Director

impact of general election on food sector

As a food sector business, we recognise the significant impact that the outcome of the general election can have on the food industry from farm to fork, and to our client partner organisations in their own sectors.

The policies and priorities set by the next Government will shape the food sector for the future – from food production, through the continuation of the Environmental Land Management scheme for farmers, to the funding arrangements for meals in schools

It will set the food security agenda, it will affect supply chains through trade arrangements and regulation, and influence consumer spending and behaviour.

Through a changing political landscape, allmanhall remains focused on delivering for our client partners through our 4 key pillars of:

…with sustainable and responsible procurement at the core, believing in a world where good food shouldn’t cost the Earth.

We will be publishing blogs on the areas impacted by the new Labour Government’s policies and priorities as they emerge. These topics will be covered in our Autumn edition of Foodsight, our eMagazine next published early September. 

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