The EU Common Agricultural Policy has come in for a lot of criticism over the years, and one effect of Brexit is to give the UK government the opportunity to reform the UK system after it leaves the EU. Michael Gove is expected to introduce a new Agriculture Bill before recess (so before July 24th).
One point repeatedly made about Brexit is that the extent to which the UK diverges from current EU regulations may affect the options the UK has in terms of trade with the EU. However, as far as I know there are no aspects of the CAP that would need to be retained by the UK in order to keep inside a single goods market (ignoring for the moment that partial acceptance of the "four freedoms" is almost certainly not an option).
Are there any aspects of the current EU CAP that the UK would need to retain to remain inside a single goods market?