Nov 26, 2020
M&S warns Brexit may affect 15% of NI food lines
Marks & Spencer has warned that up to 15% of its food product lines could be unavailable in its Northern Ireland shops in January. The EU has strict rules on which food products can enter its single market. At issue is the level of checks and bureaucracy and whether some products can be sold at all. Products of animal origin - meat, milk, fish and eggs - need an EHC to enter the single market. A further problem is that for some products deemed high risk by the EU, such as chilled mince or sausages, no EHCs are available.
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