BFA: Brexit update,Thursday, November 5th: Latest Government guidance for consumer goods sector, including labelling specific for the footwear industry, plus links to updates on trading with non-EU countries post January 2021

Dear members,

Please find below a summary and links to the government’s latest guidance for the consumer goods sector as we mover ever nearer to leaving the EU. Can I also draw member’s attention to the information on labelling specific to the footwear industry.
You can also access links to the latest updates on trading with non-EU countries post January 1st 2021 in an edited list below.
1.Guidance for consumer goods sector and labelling information for footwear industry:
Information for the consumer goods sector on preparing for the end of the transition period can be found here and specifically guidance on Footwear labelling from January can be found here2.Most recent update on trading with various non-EU countries:
Links below have been updated to provide detailed guidance on how to trade with non-EU countries from 1 January 2021. This includes information on import tariff rates and rules of origin.Trade with Switzerland from 1 January 2021

Trade with Georgia from 1 January 2021

Trade with Israel from 1 January 2021

Trade with Morocco from 1 January 2021

Trade with Tunisia from 1 January 2021

Trade with Southern African Customs Union Member States and Mozambique (SACUM) from 1 January 2021

Trade with the CARIFORUM States from 1 January 2021

Trade with the Pacific States from 1 January 2021

Trade with Central America from 1 January 2021
Together we are stronger,

Lucy

Lucy Reece-Raybould
BFA CE