Salmon Scotland: Brexit annually costing up to £100m in lost exports

Tavish Scott

Producers of the UK’s largest food export have faced increased red tape and costs following the departure from the EU in January 2020

Britain’s departure from the European Union in January 2020 has cost Scotland up to GBP 100 million-a-year in “lost” farmed salmon exports, due to additional red tape and costs, according to trade body Salmon Scotland.

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