BBC Panorama's Tom Heap talks to insiders who claim Brexit will mean higher prices, lower quality and less choice on the shelves.
Agriculture will "fall off the edge of the cliff" without a Brexit deal, Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones has warned.
European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says "frictionless trade" between the EU after Britain leaves the EU is "not possible".
Richmond MP Rishi Sunak says he remains confident that the UK can secure a brighter future for British farming when it leaves the EU.
British agriculture may benefit from leaving the European Union without a free trade agreement, Defra minister George Eustice has said.
Shepherd’s pie can help save the economy of rural Wales from devastation after Brexit, according to a team of experts.
Dutch agricultural counsellor Tim Heddema says he hopes the UK government will bring together farming, research and consumers post-Brexit.
Farmers, supermarkets and food suppliers have called on Theresa May to secure a free trade deal with the European Union after Brexit.
A UKIP Welsh Assembly Member says access to the European single market is a "critical priority" for farmers post-Brexit.
Failure to secure the right Brexit trade deal would be “incredibly damaging” to Welsh agriculture, industry leaders have told MPs.
Reducing import tariffs to secure a Brexit trade deal could leave British farmers exposed to a flood of cheap food imports, say landowners.
Farm suppliers representing more than £8bn in annual turnover have joined forces to secure the best Brexit deal for UK agriculture.
Priorities for UK agriculture from Brexit talks were among the topics of a roundtable on agri-trade organised by EURACTIV.
New Zealand high commissioner Sir Lockwood Smith has outlined seven lessons for British agriculture as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.
Agriculture will face significant regulatory barriers if UK trade with the EU reverts to World Trade Organization rules post-Brexit, MPs have warned.
UK ministers and negotiators must deliver on a pledge by Defra Secretary Andrea Leadsom that future trade arrangements will not disadvantage British farmers, says Ulster Unionist MEP Jim Nicholson.
A free trade agreement between the UK and EU is vital for the dairy industry, says the European Association of Dairy Trade.
Farmers have been told to get their businesses in shape and prepare for a 'hard' Brexit.
Prime minister Theresa May has set government a huge workload with the prospect of a hard Brexit in two years, warns NFU vice president Guy Smith.
Leaving the European Union will not lead to a driving down of British food and farming standards, insists the NFU.
The impact of Brexit on Scottish farmers and agricultural co-operatives was discussed at a conference organised by the Scottish Agricultural Organisation Society.