From raw materials to consumer products & multinational deals & local expertise & fresh ingredients & a recipe for success & the best for your business & that’s Food and Beverage with Bird & Bird
We combine leading legal expertise with a genuine understanding of the dynamics, issues and opportunities prevalent in the food and beverage sector.
We work with businesses across the sector from 'field to fork', including agritech, agro-science and biotech companies, processors, manufacturers, supply chain logistics companies and distributors, through to supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and bars.
We can advise you on a full range of issues that can occur at various stages of the product and brand lifecycle, including:
Our team comprises some of the world's leading regulatory lawyers, and can help you address the cutting edge regulatory issues and requirements facing this industry across the globe. Find out more about our Food & Beverage Regulatory practice here.
To find out more about how we can help your business, please contact Nicolas Carbonnelle, Mark Abell or Graeme Payne.
Food allergies are a common but serious issue that may have life-threatening consequences, and for that reason regulatory measures are in place that are intended to make sure consumers are aware of the presence of ...
The Bird & Bird Real Estate team undertakes a lot of work for VQ Limited, a London-based restaurant brand which has a number of USPs. Associate Emma Brindley-Raynes recently interviewed Simon Prideaux, Managing Director ...
Manon Rieger-Jansen and Nina Dorenbosch consider a recent CJEU decision which denied copyright protection for flavour.
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