A ‘bounce back’ plan of business measures for the agriculture, food and drinks business has been introduced to lend a hand give a boost to companies which were impacted by means of coronavirus.
The new strategic interventions collectively introduced by means of the Department for International Trade (DIT) and Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) will be offering instant give a boost to to lend a hand companies within the business develop their business task in a foreign country.
The measures presented will give a boost to manufacturers, producers and agri-tech firms around the meals provide chain.
Minister for Export, Graham Stuart MP, DIT mentioned: “More business is really important to serving to the United Kingdom’s agriculture, food and drinks business get well from the affect of coronavirus.
“The package of measures we have announced today will support ‘bounce back’ in exports, and help our world-class producers and manufacturers increase trade with the rest of the world. It will also get the industry ready to capitalise on the opportunities that are being opened up by the series of free trade agreements that my department is negotiating around the world.”
Parliamentary beneath secretary of state, Victoria Prentis, Defra mentioned: “The top quality of British food and drinks is recognised all over the world and the broader business helps 1000’s of jobs throughout the United Kingdom.
“This bundle of measures indicates our sturdy dedication to give a boost to the field in improving from the affect of coronavirus. It comprises the promotion and showcasing of British experience and convey to new export markets, figuring out alternatives and strengthening current relationships.