The UK is no longer a member of the EU and has entered a transitional period, and trade negotiations are ongoing.

The UK will remain in the EU’s customs union and single market for the duration of the implementation period and all EU rules and regulations will still apply. Effectively, nothing will change until 31st December 2020.

We are working with our suppliers to minimise the impact of Brexit on our customers. There is still a lot of uncertainty on what changes will happen from 1st January 2021, but we will post updated information here when it becomes available.

The impact of a no-deal Brexit with regards to tariffs, customs duties, and excise is not entirely clear, is quickly evolving and the advice available from the UK government is open to interpretation. We can therefore only share the resources currently available to us and cannot vouch that our interpretation is correct or that the situation will not change. It does however barring a late deal that WTO (World Trade Organization) tariffs will apply. There can be delays at UK ports also as a result.

There is expected to be price increases and delays in some products. However, our suppliers have built extra capacity which can be a combination of several things such as higher than normal stock levels. This is beside the excellent efforts that have been made to maintain supplies during the pandemic.

So we at Daily Bread with our trade partners will do our best to reduce the impact on our customers. We thank you for your loyalty and we are looking forward to a better year.


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