Update

We know that there is a lot of concern about the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The wellbeing of our grub clubbers, and venues and their teams is our number one priority here at Grub Club Events. In response to current Government guidelines, we have postponed all of our upcoming events and will be in touch with more information in due course.

Events

  • Grub Club Online Festive Party with Delishops

    02
    Dec 2020
    Wednesday
    - 18.30 -

    Because this year we can’t all sit around the table and eat, drink and be merry, Grub Club Events is hosting its first online networking event where the food and drink comes directly to you!

    We will arrange delivery of a selection of gastronomic delights for you to enjoy while networking online.

    So, make sure you are sitting comfortably and get ready to party, with the additional benefit of making some great new connections for 2021.

    Go on, you know it makes sense!

    Book Tickets Here

About

Grub Club Events is a food networking club for people in or supplying, the food and drink industry. A place to get foodies together, chat, network and collaborate to make amazing things happen. Our aim is to hold quarterly networking dinners in each of our event areas in fantastic surroundings, with inspiring speakers and great food and drink. Giving you the time to talk and build relationships. No joining fee, no monthly membership fee. Just book for the event you fancy and come along with a smile (and hungry!).

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  • FOOD BUSINESSES AND BREXIT: ADDRESSES FOR EXPORTS TO THE EU

    The Q&A below is about Food Business Operator addresses on pre-packed foods exported into the EU. It is aimed at FBOs in Great Britain and covers the position if, at the end of the transition period:

    (a) the UK is no longer part of the single market (e.g. as a member of the European Free Trade Association); and 

    (b) there are no provisions in any UK/EU trade deal which relax the rules on pre-packed food labelling which would normally apply to a third country importing into the EU. 

    The withdrawal deal envisages a transition period lasting until 31 December 2020; this can be extended by up to two years by agreement, with a decision having to be taken by 1 July 2020. During the transition period, and any extension, the UK will continue to operate as if it were a member state for trading purposes.

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