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Royal Warrants discontinued on 100 food and drink brands in wake of Her Majesty’s death


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Hundreds of food and drink brands and retailers, which have been granted a Royal Warrant from the Queen, will have to stop using the Royal Arms in connection with the business.

This comes as Queen Elizabeth II, peacefully passed away at Balmoral on the afternoon of Thursday 8 September 2022, aged 96.

A Royal Warrant of Appointment is a document that appoints a company to the Royal household, which allows the holder to use the Royal Arms in connection with their business, with many opting to display it on packaging and in marketing material.

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