Farming is one of the world’s most important sectors.
It is a major part of the UK economy and provides jobs, pay and benefits.
It also employs millions of people.
But its role is increasingly under threat.
There are fears the Government is being distracted by Brexit and is failing to act on the threat of food poisoning, which affects up to a quarter of the population.
The UK has one of Europe’s worst food safety records.
It has a total of more than 1,000 food poisoning cases every day.
It was at its worst level in the early 1990s.
The problem is so widespread that food companies are increasingly turning to technology to prevent it.
This is a problem because there is not enough money to spend on food safety in the current economic climate.
In order to keep up with the pace of changes, we need to keep on top of what is happening, said the chief executive of the British Food Safety Authority (BFSA), which has a role in ensuring food safety.
Food industry fears that Brexit and the Brexit referendum will make it harder to get a deal on food to Britain’s citizens is part of that, said Ben Jones, the head of the BFSA.
Brexit is creating uncertainty and uncertainty for the sector, he said.
A number of industries have been particularly concerned about the impact of Brexit.
For instance, the British National Rail (BNR) rail network is facing a series of delays as a result of the Government’s decision to end train services to Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland.
These are due to the Government refusing to give the Northern Ireland rail operator the rights to operate a new line through the region, leaving the UK rail operator with a shortfall of almost £100m.
A spokesman for the BFR says the BNL is working with the BSE to ensure all passengers are able to travel.
But the rail operator says this is not the case.
A spokesperson for BNL says that BNL has no plans to re-open Northern Ireland services after the Northern Irish Government closes down and that BNS is committed to ensuring that passengers are not delayed.
A BNL spokesman says that the BNS has no intention of reopening services in the near future.
The British Chambers of Commerce have also warned that the Government could end food safety on trains in the next six to eight weeks.
The BCS has also called for the Government to “end the delay of BNL’s rail services to Scotland”.
However, the BCS says it will “continue to support the rail sector in its efforts to get to the bottom of the food safety situation”.
The BBS has also warned about the risk of food safety being “frozen out” of the Brexit debate.
Its members include companies such as McDonalds and Starbucks, which have made a point of supporting Brexit.
The food industry has also been critical of the way the Government has dealt with food poisoning in the past.
The European Union (EU) Food Safety Directive is an EU law, which states that food manufacturers have to put measures in place to reduce the risk to human health and the environment.
The Government has made little effort to comply with this directive.
But it has repeatedly failed to take the measures required, including failing to set out the scope of the measures and failing to publish a set of voluntary measures.
This has made it difficult for the food industry to understand why it is being treated so poorly by the Government.
We have seen this for the last 12 months, said Mr Jones.
We do not want to be treated this way, he added.
The Food Safety Bill is currently before Parliament, which means it has yet to be passed.
The Home Office said it was “unlikely” that the bill would pass.
But Mr Jones said that if it does, it would be the biggest food safety bill in the history of the country.
The issue of food contamination in Britain is a difficult one for many farmers, he pointed out.
A recent report from the BTS, a trade body representing British farmers, said that food safety was the second-highest concern for British farmers.
It cited the fact that the majority of UK farmers are still struggling with foodborne illness and the number of foodborne illnesses in Britain had increased by over 300 per cent since 2014.
In addition, the food sector has suffered from a lack of confidence from the Government, with the Brexit vote having a “huge impact” on the Government and farmers.
Mr Jones believes that the situation is so complex that it will be “difficult for the UK Government to have any sort of a cohesive response to this”.
The UK food industry says that while food safety has been under a lot of pressure in recent months, it remains a challenging industry.
It’s just that the current food safety issue is “unprecedented”, according to Mr Jones, adding that the government’s approach is “not working”.