empty food shelves Were Rotten, The Serenity of many people in the UK in the face of such gloomy forecasts for the EU exit of great Britain reached its limits. Seven weeks before the Brexit Prime Minister Theresa May wants to ask the Parliament, according to media reports, more time for more renegotiations. Thus, the risk of unfair rises will continue to apply exit.
a number of people in the UK will start to hoard. And James Blake benefited from the North of England Leeds with his Brexit-emergency boxes. A Box contains about 100 meals and a water conditioner, like Blake, the dpa news Agency reported.
A 22-kilogram de-luxe version brings it all the way to 157 meals, including cheese-macaroni, rice Pudding, chicken sweet-and-sour or spicy, and scrambled eggs. A Gel to the fire to light it. Everything is 25 years, reported the shrewd CEO of the company Emergency Food Storage UK. The noble-Box with about 600 British pounds (about 780 Swiss francs) but also their price, the normal emergency Box to get for the half.
For Brexit and other emergencies
a Total of more than 600 boxes sold by Blake already. "They are not only for the Brexit, but for all emergencies," he says. "Everyone should have something." If it should actually come to No Deal with supply shortages, then the people would be out with the Brexit emergency boxes are ready.
the new customs controls would lead within a short time, according to forecasts, to mega traffic jams in the port city of Dover and the traffic of goods from and to the European mainland. The patient was advised to hoard certain medicines.
Many companies worry about the delivery of the parts, which could be, for example, for the car manufacturing almost. Hunger – so my expert would have to not suffer exit of the British, however, in the case of a non-EU, but the supply shortages seem to be realistic.
Fresh produce may be scarce
The food retailer warned that fresh products could be in short supply. Almost a third of the food consumed in the UK originate according to their data, from other EU countries.
Especially in March – the month of the planned EU exit was acute the situation: "90 percent of the lettuce, 80 percent of our tomatoes and 70 percent of our berries and fruit come from the EU at this time of year," wrote the retailer to the Parliament. "And because these products are fresh and perishable, they must be quickly brought from the fields to our stores," he warned the companies – including Lidl. In the case of an unregulated EU-exit would interfere with the fast supply chain, especially through customs controls; the goods could rot. Cooled bearings, fully booked rooms already. A Brexit, without the agreement had to be prevented, therefore, with a view to the customer.
Collect for after the Brexit
In social media, so-called Brexit-Preppers share what and how you should best for the case of a "No Deal" to collect and hoard. "I buy beans, tomatoes and potatoes in cans, sacks of rice, noodles, tea, and wine," said Paul Wagland from Colchester to the North-East of London.
He is Moderator of the Facebook group "48 % Preppers". Preppers is a term for people who want to prepare for a disaster. 48 per cent of British people had voted in the summer of 2016 against the Brexit.
More than 9,000 people have joined the group already, especially younger mothers and fathers. Many of you have even aligned with the cultivation of vegetables in their gardens on the Brexit. "We hope for the Best, but prepare us as a precaution for the worst," said Wagland.
more toilet paper and Laundry detergent caution should be for the sake of shopping. "I would simplify and say that the people prefer their April-shopping in order to avoid the end of March, problems." And this is not long: Already on the 29. March wants to leave the United Kingdom, the European Union. (nag/sda)
Created: 10.02.2019, 13:46 PM