Defra minister George Eustice says Brexit is unlikely to have a significant impact on the UK's food security.
Britain must increase home-grown food production and build stronger supply chains to face Brexit uncertainties, the National Farmers Union has warned.
Britain should abandon tariffs on American and Argentinian meat products after Brexit to bring consumer food prices down, according to a leading rightwing thinktank.
UK imports of food and agricultural inputs from the EU will cost more after Brexit, suggests a new report.
The government is “sleepwalking” into a post-Brexit future of insecure, unsafe and increasingly expensive food supplies, says a report by influential academics.
Food prices will rise abruptly if the UK leaves the EU without a trade deal, according to food scientists who say that the country is not prepared for “the most complex ever change” to its food system.
A former Tory MEP has said Brexit will lead to "certain meltdown" in rural Scotland with cheap food imports pushing farmers out of business.
Pushing Britain out of the Customs Union will trigger significant price increases at the supermarket checkout, argues Peter Crosskey.
BBC Panorama's Tom Heap talks to insiders who claim Brexit will mean higher prices, lower quality and less choice on the shelves.
UK shoppers are "completely in the dark" about the effect Brexit will have on their weekly shop, a former Sainsbury's boss has told BBC Panorama.
Reducing import tariffs to secure a Brexit trade deal could leave British farmers exposed to a flood of cheap food imports, say landowners.
Food prices will decrease dramatically when the UK leaves the EU, according to high-profile economist Roger Bootle.
A leaked paper highlights concern in Brussels that British companies could violate protections given to EU foodstuffs after Brexit.
Supermarket bosses and farmers unions have warned the government that a so-called hard Brexit would put food supplies in the UK at risk.
NFU president Meurig Raymond is said to have had "constructive and robust" Brexit talks with Defra secretary Andrea Leadsom.
Marmite row is the first sign of the true cost of Brexit for food producers, says Guardian columnist Jay Rayner.
Walkers and Birds Eye are set to raise the prices of some items due to the falling strength of the pound.
Supermarket chain Morrisons has increased the cost of a jar of Marmite by 12.5%, say retail industry experts.
The NFU responds to a Liberal Democrat food and drink report which claims that food and drink prices will rise if the UK leaves the EU single market.
Brexit means the UK can avoid costly agricultural regulations which would be likely to cause food price rises, argues the Institute of Economic Affairs.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney says those on lower incomes will be hit as inflation forces prices up after the referendum.