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            Are you ready for this year's 5 biggest food sector trends?

            Whilst there are challenges ahead, the opportunity to influence the shape of the future is greater than ever.  

            Whilst uncertainty is likely to reign throughout 2018, we will help you plan for what the issues will mean for you, ensuring you understand the bigger picture and help shape, not react to, the agenda. 

            1. Brexit

            Do you have your Brexit blueprint in place? Do you know how post Brexit regulatory or tariff changes may impact you? Are you ready for what the next stage of the negotiations means for you?

            Find out more 

            2. Labour Supply

            Beyond the apprenticeship levy, changes to gig economy and reduction in migrant labour, the sector has an aging population – is your labour model ready for the future?

            Find out more 

            3. Reformulation of Foods

            Will PHE’s focus hit your products in 2018? What changes might you need to make?

            Find out more 

            4. Technology Innovation

            Are you leveraging tech and data to maximise value? Are you ready for changes to data protection law? What role does 3D printing or artificial intelligence have in food manufacturing?

            Find out more 

            5. Circular Economy

            Are you realising the value in waste? Do you know how anaerobic digestion or other clean energy might help your business? Are you ready to reduce the plastic in your packaging?

            Find out more

            Follow the links above to find out more about the key issues, what they mean for your business and how to prepare. If you have any questions or would like to get in touch then please contact Dominic Watkins, Head of Food Group. 

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            Dominic Watkins

            • Partner // Head of Food Group

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