Supermarkets have actually been warned to stock food after ministers said a no-deal Brexit is now a likely outcome of the trade talks.
Food producers have alerted of a scarcity of vegetables for 3 months if the UK and the EU fail to reach a trade contract.
It is feared that panic-buying due to a no-deal Brexit might be even larger than the one seen at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
A senior expert to one of the most significant supermarkets told the Sunday Times: “There was a discussion a week back when ministers stated prepare for no-deal.
” This weekend the message is that it’s no-deal.
” That will be nothing compared to what will occur. Meat supplies will be great and fruit originates from South America however there are most likely to be scarcities of veggies for three months.”
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have actually developed today, December 13, as the due date to either reach a pos