Food & Beverage Lawyers

Food & Beverage Sector Law

Our expert lawyers support food and beverage start-ups and growing businesses. 

This is one of the most dynamic, competitive, and highly-regulated industries. Our lawyers have provided legal services to help food & beverage sector clients innovate, grow within existing or new markets, and stay compliant. 

Expert Legal Services

We can support any type of business within the food and beverages sector, including manufacturers, wholesalers, distributers / logistics companies, bars, restaurants or supermarkets. Our relevant corporate and commercial law knowledge spans product development and IP, shareholder agreements, contractual disputes, competition advice, environmental impact, distribution and franchise agreements, health & safety, packaging, labelling & advertising, VAT and other UK or import / export tax, and much more.

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If you’re running a food or beverage start-up or an established company and want legal advice and support from a law firm that understands your needs and environment, get in touch with us here at Ignition.

    What We Do

    Ensuring clear and meaningful terms of trade with customers and suppliers.

    Keeping on top of your company compliance obligations.

    Funding, acquisition, investment or exit. Get the details right.

    Straight-forward approaches to radically reduce risk and maximise data.

    Disputes are a reality. Get proactive solutions and reactive advice.

    Legal foundations to retain, incentivise and manage key talent.

    Loans, equity, restructuring and financing; clear support to help you manage your money.

    Balance innovation with the commercial necessity of proper protection.

    Make property matters run smoothly and create flexible property plans that accommodate your growth.

    Incentivise your staff and navigate tax opportunities.
    Seamless integration with your team to manage your legal matters.

    Decide who inherits and what they inherit.