UK Food Prices Post Referendum

Posted by Moira McCormick on March 23, 2017

Is inflation rearing its ugly head again as a result of last year's EU referendum? 

The sharp fall in the pound as a consequence of the referendum has been blamed for putting up the cost of imported ingredients and according to Reuters, prices in Britain's shops showed the smallest annual decline in over 3 years last month.

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Topics: Brexit, Food Prices

Rising Prices and Your Shrinking Weekly Shop

Posted by Moira McCormick on March 9, 2017

The value of the British Pound has slumped, down 15 % since the Brexit referendum.  As half of the food we eat is imported, this is bad news for shoppers.

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Topics: Brexit, Rising Prices, Food Prices

Pricing Under Uncertainty Post-Brexit

Posted by Moira McCormick on July 25, 2016

Britain has voted to leave the European Union. It was an unexpected result and not one that was particularly welcome to most businesses in the UK. However, the country is beginning to come to terms with the result of the referendum and the effects that Brexit may have on all our lives.

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Topics: B2B, Price Strategy, Brexit

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