Bord Bia Brexit Hub
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.
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 11 short videos provide detailed information on what Brexit means for Irish food producers in practical terms, when importing from, or exporting to, GB. These videos will be updated as further clarification emerges.
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.
This is the second in a series of articles of the month where we deal with questions that arise frequently and that cause some issues for traders in the Irish food industry.
This month’s article deals with the imports of goods from outside the UK in consignments not exceeding £135 in value (which aligns with the threshold for customs duty liability), HMRC have moved the point at which VAT is collected from the point of importation to the point of sale.
There are a number of Brexit supports and events taking place over the coming weeks. Click below to find out more and register.