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Supermarkets in the UK have been 'hurt horribly by Brexit' as they grapple with the dwindling supply of fruit and vegetables, Sainsbury's former CEO has told LBC.
Business leaders from major companies across Northern Ireland have written to the Prime Minister to voice their support for the Windsor Framework.
Scots shoppers have been confronted by empty shelves in recent days as the big supermarket chains struggle to obtain fresh produce.
The head of a farming and food campaign group has laid the blame for shortages of fruit and veg on supermarket shelves squarely on Brexit.
UK supermarkets have been “hurt horribly by Brexit”, according to former Sainsbury’s CEO Justin King.
The former CEO of Sainsbury's has said UK supermarkets have been "hurt horribly by Brexit" as they struggle with fruit and vegetable supply shortages.
The newspaper that once proudly announced it "secured Brexit with a trailblazing 28-year EU crusade" is being made to eat some (very expensive) humble pie.
THE former CEO of Sainsbury’s has been clear about what initially caused the cost of living crisis – telling Sky News that Brexit is to blame.
Britain has delayed imposing its full post-Brexit import controls on goods from the European Union again, pushing it back until the end of next year, saying it did not want to add more fuel to fast-rising inflation.
The government is planning a temporary scheme to make it easier for foreign lorry drivers to work in the UK.
‘In two years’ time you are all going to realise Brexit was bigger news than Covid,’ warns Justin King.
Six supermarkets that provide three-quarters of Northern Ireland’s groceries have urged the UK government to take action to keep trade flowing when a Brexit grace period ends in October.
Shoppers have been warned that they could face more empty shelves due to a collapse in the supply chain as retailers face increasing pressure to keep up with demands whilst tackling staffing problems.
Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Lidl are just some of the stores that have responded to the complaints from customers.
Supermarket prices will rise more than is necessary unless there is greater collaboration with European suppliers on post-Brexit trade frictions, a Dutch business has warned.
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New Brexit arrangements have caused disruption to fresh produce reaching supermarket shelves in Northern Ireland, some of the leading shops have confirmed.
Days after the Secretary of State declared “there is no Irish Sea border”, scores – and possibly hundreds – of products are disappearing from supermarket shelves in Northern Ireland because of that new border, the News Letter can reveal.
‘Temporary’ agreement seeks to avoid empty shelves as a result of new trade checks.
Customs experts and leading supermarkets warn produce such as meat, fruit and vegetables could be in short supply in Northern Ireland.