The Food & Drink industry is one of the largest manufacturing sectors in the UK economy. It accounts for annual revenues of in excess of £100 billion and is one of the most important sectors of the UK economy.
The industry itself is constantly changing, highly competitive and subject to a wide range of regulatory, technological and logistical challenges.
Our legal teams have worked for clients in Food & Drink sector for many years representing large multi-national FMCG brands, start-ups and some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the sector.
Each of our specialist legal teams below have experience of helping businesses, founders and senior management in the Food and Drink sector.
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Joelson, the leading London law firm, has advised longstanding client Elvie, the revolutionary femtech brand developing iconic products for women, on its £70m Series C Funding Round.
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