Business leaves Cambridge for US as a result of EU referendum

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A start-up aiming to become the the "international kitemark" for low sugar food and drink is moving abroad following Britain's decision to leave the European Union. Sugarwise, which was based at the Future Business Centre, is moving its headquarters to the United States. The company says the result of the Brexit referendum and added interest from US brands wanting to use the Sugarwise mark are the primary reasons for the switch. Rend Platings, the Cambridge mother who founded Sugarwise,...
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