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All CARAS Meetings and events are currently postponed for the foreseeable future due to the present restrictions and controls in place.

Agriculture continues to react to the challenges the present situation has given us and congratulations to all the staff working within the sector to achieve this. Once we return to some semblance of normality, we have a real challenge to make sure the general public, government and the powers that be understand the need to have a strong/robust supply chain that produces quality food within the UK.

The CARAS Council has adapted to the situation with the planed Council meeting will be making use of a video conference facility.

The process associate with the review of applications is continuing with the exception of the assessment visits which are on hold until the present restrictions are amended to allow them to take place again.

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