Thank you to all our delegates, sponsors and speakers, for making our 2017 conference so successful

Back in 2002 then US Secretary of Defence Donal Rumsfeld was roundly mocked for his infamous “known unknowns and unknown unknowns speech.” Though most people could understand what Rumsfeld was trying to say, the public simply wasn’t ready for the way he said it. It turns out that the Chicago-native was just 15 years ahead of his time.

After gathering industry leaders together to discuss Brexit and the Food Industry, New Food learned that not only are there a great many things we just don’t know yet, but there are many key questions which we haven’t even thought to ask before the UK fully withdraws from the European Union.

Time and time again very intelligent, vastly experiences and highly qualified professionals told how it was impossible to make proper contingency plans with so many issues still shrouded in mystery. If the Food Brexit Conference had a motto, it might have been ‘hope for the best, prepare for the worst.’

Steve Bremer
Editor, New Food

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A useful event, good location and networking with some thought-provoking speakers.
– NSF

Illuminating opportunity to get a better understanding of what Brexit could mean both to UK and EU neighbours.
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Agrifood Training Partnership

Very interesting, scary; frankly but if nothing else I think this has reinforced the idea that we need to plan now for the worst case option
Griffith Foods