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U.Ok. might face meals provide disruptions as new Brexit guidelines kick in – Nationwide

U.Ok. might face meals provide disruptions as new Brexit guidelines kick in – Nationwide

New post-Brexit customized guidelines for items arriving from the European Union to Britain are taking impact on Saturday, and a number one meals trade physique has warned that the brand new border controls might result in meals shortages.

Starting on Jan. 1, importers should make a full customs declaration on items coming into the U.Ok. from the EU or different international locations. Companies will not be allowed to delay finishing full import customs declarations for as much as 175 days — a measure that was launched to deal with the disruption of Brexit.

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The British Frozen Meals Federation mentioned this week the brand new restrictions on animal and plant merchandise from the EU might end in main delays at ports within the New 12 months as a result of some within the provide chain — particularly logistics corporations on the EU aspect — is probably not ready for the adjustments.

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Brexit divorce deal threatens United Kingdom’s unity – Jan 1, 2021

“We’re involved that not sufficient planning has been completed to make sure the brand new necessities are understood by everybody within the meals provide chain,” mentioned Richard Harrow, the federation’s chief govt.

“With solely days to go earlier than the brand new guidelines, we stay involved that January may very well be a fraught month for our members,” he mentioned.

© 2021 The Canadian Press

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