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Bord Bia Brexit Hub

Brexit Action Plan

Bord Bia’s Brexit Action Plan (July 2021) provides practical information that Irish food and drink manufacturers can utilise in order to prepare for increased complexity in future trade with the UK. 

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Doing Business with GB Video Series

With the practical impact of Brexit on trade with our nearest neighbour becoming more apparent, Bord Bia have worked together with BDO (with the support of Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine & The Office of the Revenue Commissioners) to develop a comprehensive set of videos - Doing Business with GB - to help Irish food, drink & horticulture companies navigate this new trading environment.

These 12 short videos provide detailed information on what Brexit means for Irish food producers in practical terms, when importing from, or exporting to, GB. Topics such as Supply Chain, Incoterms, Commodity Codes and Origin are covered individually as are SPS requirements from 1st October 2021, with a number of videos also addressing Customs requirements.

Bord Bia will add to this series over time should requirements evolve for trade with Great Britain.

Bord Bia Introduction video: ‘Doing Business in GB’

Donal Denvir introduces the 'Doing Business in Great Britain' video series.

Understanding what Brexit means for your business

An important video to help in understanding what Brexit means for your business and how trade has been affected.

Understanding importing post Brexit

Now that Ireland's largest import partner the U.K, have left the EU, importing is something that Irish companies need to become familiar with.

Upcoming events

There are a number of Brexit supports and events taking place over the coming weeks. Click below to find out more and register. 

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FAQs

Find answers to the most common questions about Brexit. 

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Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns that cannot be addressed through the available supports, please contact your Bord Bia sector manager or email brexit@bordbia.ie to discuss additional support requirements.