Irish minister reminds agri-food businesses of further changes in trading arrangements with Great Britain from 1 April 2021

Irish agriculture minister Martin Heydon has urged food business operators who export product to Great Britain to prepare for the new health certification requirements that will be introduced by the UK Government on 1 April 2021.

by Matthew Appleby
Irish agriculture minister Martin Heydon - credit: Flickr/ Ballymore Bugle (CC by N.D 2.0)
Irish agriculture minister Martin Heydon - credit: Flickr/ Ballymore Bugle (CC by N.D 2.0)

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