Brexit Watch: Sainsbury’s, Tesco may switch food supplies if customs aren’t reformed — Panjiva
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Brexit Watch: Sainsbury’s, Tesco may switch food supplies if customs aren’t reformed

Ags - Fruit/Veg 134 Ags - Grains/Beans 300 Ags - Meat/Dairy 252 Ags - Softs 136 Brexit 176 Consumer Staples 765 European Union 835 Ireland 14 Tariffs 1803 United Kingdom 373

The CEOs of major U.K. retailers, including J Sainsbury and Tesco, have warned that uncertainty over the future of customs for shipping food into Northern Ireland “could force many retailers to move supply chains from GB to the EU”. The U.K. government will shortly be making a proposal to adapt the Northern Ireland Protocol ahead of a Sept. 30 deadline for imposing stricter customs rules. Shipments of food to Northern Ireland from the Republic of Ireland were worth 69.5 million euros ($81.9 million) on average in the first five months of 2021, equal to 27.5% of all exports. U.K.-EU trade...

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