The food and beverage sector is a major contributor to the British economy. It accounted for 16% of the UK’s total manufacturing output as at June 2017, making it the largest of all manufacturing subsectors.
As a major employer, food and beverages plays a vital role in local economies in every corner of the country. With growth of 27% from 1997 – 2015 compared with an average of 13% for manufacturing as a whole, its importance to the economy as a whole cannot be understated.
From growers and packers to retailers and consumers, the food and beverage industry is unique in that it spans the whole of society and directly or indirectly affects almost everybody regardless of age or location. With this huge reach comes great responsibility, and with it a vast and complex range of legal considerations.
Here at nexa law, we are able to provide clients with access to the very latest advice and support from specialist lawyers who have first hand experience of the food and beverage industry. In depth, up to date legal knowledge combined with a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities facing the sector means our lawyers are perfectly positioned to provide the legal support you need to give your business the leading edge.
We are able to work with a range of businesses operating at every stage of the supply chain including:
No matter how large or small your organisation, we provide access to a flexible, experienced team that you can rely on to provide on demand support that fits your budget.
Our experts are familiar with the entire product lifecycle, putting them in the perfect position to work with you at every stage including:
We also have an in depth knowledge of UK and EU legislation and regulatory requirements, allowing you to trade in the confidence that your business always operates on the right side of the law.
To find out how nexa.law can give you the support you need to help your food and beverage business grow and succeed, get in touch on 03300 24 24 20 ext 1 or get in touch via our online contact form for a swift response.