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The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) has held a series of Brexit-focused events around the country over the past few weeks. “Brexit: Practical Steps to Keep Agri-food Trade Moving” seminars took place at Dublin Castle (September 10), Johnstown Castle Wexford (September 27) and the Radisson Blu, Little Island, Co Cork (September 30)

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed TD opened the Dublin and Cork events, while Minister of State for Food, Forestry and Horticulture Andrew Doyle TD opened the Wexford event. Over 600 people attended the events in total, representing several hundred businesses and traders from all aspects of the Agri-food sector. The events were also addressed by officials from DAFM, Revenue, Bórd Bia and the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority

Breakout sessions on Animals, Animal Products and Seafood and Plants and Plant Products were held at all three events, with officials answering specific questions from businesses and members of the public. The Department is committed to ensuring that it continues to provide the latest and most accurate information on Brexit for businesses and members of the public.

 Added 10.10.2019


Added 10.10.2019