The price of bread could rise because of Brexit, according to the boss of Scotland's most modern flour mill.
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Six months to Brexit: Separation could “cripple” the potato industry and be “the nail in the coffin” for sheep farmers
Import tariffs would “cripple” the potato industry and lead to Holland squeezing out Scotland as a competitor, the boss of Strathmore Potatoes says.
Perthshire businesses are feeling less confident because of Brexit, according to the council.
A Fife business leader has called on firms to brace themselves for Brexit by getting into the “best shape possible”.
Difficulty accessing European supply chains could impact front line firefighters, the service in Scotland has admitted.
Six months to Brexit: NHS Tayside to give EU workers time off to ‘deal with the bureaucratic elements’
NHS Tayside is encouraging its management to give EU workers time off to "deal with the bureaucratic elements of Brexit."
Six months to Brexit: St Andrews vice-principal warns of threat to Scottish universities’ world class reputation from EU funding collapse
Scottish universities face losing their world class status without the level of funding they have enjoyed from the EU, warns a St Andrews vice-principal.
Six months to Brexit: House of Bruar boss criticises Euroref2 supporters, saying they should ‘get behind’ decision
The man heading one of Scotland’s most recognisable stores has called on Brits to stop campaigning for a second EU referendum.
Migrant communities in Fife feel that “trust” has been broken and continue to worry about uncertainties of what the final Brexit outcome will be, and how it may affect them, says the chairwoman of Fife Migrants Forum (FMF) in Kirkcaldy.
Six months to Brexit: Courier Country fruit farmers ‘taking foot off accelerator’ of investment amid uncertainty
The Tayside and Fife soft fruit industry has grown steadily at around 5% per annum for decades with major investment put into polytunnels and other infrastructure.