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BREXIT What do the food & drink experts say?

As a result of the referendum on 23 June 2016, the UK is about to embark on a major period of change. But will it signal the start of a brighter future for home-grown food and drink, or will it spell the end of a golden age for British cuisine? Daniel Tapper asked some of the food world’s most influential voices what they think will happen next

food for thought.

THE GOVERNMENT ADVISOR TIM LANG

In the lead-up to the referendum, the discourse surrounding the EU was overwhelmingly negative, with a focus on ‘crazy’ bureaucrats imposing unnecessary food standards. In reality, being a member of the EU has helped the UK transform its food scene from a culinary backwater to one of the most exciting and forwardlooking food cultures in the world. We have greater access to a wider range of fresh fruit and vegetables from the Continent than ever before; we’ve adopted café culture; and there are thousands of interesting European foods to try.

And the success of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), meanwhile, means we have excellent food security.

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February’s chill needs warming delicious. cheer: you'll find it in month’s feature-packed issue: American pancakes 3-ways; definitive Sunday roasts (lamb & chicken); cooking with clams; recipes with citrus zing; the best TV chill-out snacks; 3-in-1 beef stew; wholesome baking with Jordan Bourke; Chetna Makan’s feelgood brunch; the power of pulses; lighter comfort food; queen of puddings; DIY English muffins; Som Saa's Thai curry and much, much more… What are you waiting for?