MSPs on Holyrood’s Rural Economy Committee heard about the problems firms have faced since the Brexit transition period ended.
New group aims to 'work collaboratively across UK and Scottish governments' when it meets for first time this week.
Academics from the LSE say the economic costs of independence are 'two or three times greater than Brexit'.
The funding package will help the sector deal with the impact of coronavirus and Brexit.
Finance Secretary set to reveal latest spending pledges as Scotland wrestles with the coronavirus pandemic.
Scottish Government wants to remain part of the student exchange programme.
MPs queried whether the meat industry was ‘in jeopardy’ following reports of products sitting in lorry parks waiting for customs.
James Withers, chief executive of Scotland Food and Drink, said the situation is a ‘real crisis’ for exporters.
Dozens of lorries from Scotland's coastal communities park near Downing Street to protest post-Brexit trading arrangements.
Transport firm that deals with bulk of Scottish seafood trade cancels groupage export service until next Monday.
Westminster leader Ian Blackford has described leaving the European Union as an 'act of economic vandalism'.
Aberdeen-based exporter John Ross says the last few months have been the company's hardest in 30 years.
Scotland Food and Drink says there have been ‘major problems’ for perishable goods en route to France.
Dozens of lorries being held up due to problems with customs barcodes and a lack of veterinary service capacity.
The UK exits the transition period on Thursday night, entering a new partnership with the 27 EU member states.
Goods imported into the EU will need to be subject to 'customs formalities' and regulatory checks.
The SNP, Scottish Labour, Scottish Liberal Democrats and Scottish Greens will not back the agreement.
The draft treaty and associated Brexit agreements stretch to 1,246 pages of complex legal text.
The announcement comes just a week before the end of the transition period.
Cabinet minister hopeful late deal can be agreed although major differences remain.