In the UK, rationed vegetables and half-empty shelves in some supermarkets (but this time Brexit has nothing to do with it)

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    In the UK, rationed vegetables and half-empty shelves in some supermarkets (but this time Brexit has nothing to do with it)

    this time Can’t get it she Tomatoes and other vegetables which are traditionally imported in this season from North Africa or from far southern Europe. Shortage that forced two Low-cost large-scale retail chainslike Asda and MorrisonsTo announce the introduction of forms of temporary rationing on tomato, pepper, Lettuce and other salads, broccoli, cucumber, cauliflower, cranberry. Each customer can buy no more than three packages, if you can find them.

    A shortage reminiscent of what happened three years ago, when Brexit entered into force. Indeed, at that time, some bureaucratic customs barriers punished trade with EU countries, which damaged the already problematic supply chain in the supply of goods in some sectors such as agro-food.

    Crazy weather

    Indeed, in this case, according to the BBC reconstruction and the interpretations of experts from the British Retail Confederation, a trade organization, Brexit has little to do with it. The question, which also concerns Ireland, seems to be somewhat related to the relative lack of availability originally in the producing countries, mainly due to the erratic climatic phenomena and bad weather which have recently occurred both in North Africa and in Southern Spain, viz. Regions to which England, Scotland and Wales have been supplying themselves for decades by providing themselves with 90-95% of these foods in the season between December and March.

    Between the empty shelves and Bregret

    The problem has been reported in various parts of the country in recent days and also includes some major supermarkets such as Waitrose, Tesco or Sainsbury’s. On social media, many blame post-Brexit, emphasizing disillusionment as the prevailing attitude towards results and false promises of divorce from Brussels. This is confirmed by several recent surveys: the results of these researches have given rise to a new term, Bregret, as a result of the contraction between Brexit and regrets.

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