‘No milk, no water’, acute shortage of essential goods in London’s grocery stores

‘No milk, no water’, acute shortage of essential goods in London’s grocery stores

The coronavirus crisis has severely disrupted global supply chains, but Britain’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) late last year has exacerbated the problem in Britain. The shops are not getting the products for them.

The supply chain of essential goods in Britain has been disrupted due to Brexit and the Kovid epidemic. The situation is so bad that there is a serious crisis of drinking and soft drinks in stores in central London. Satyan Patel, who runs a convenience store in central London, says his store’s rack has not had water and soft drinks for days.

“Last week we ran out of Coca-Cola. I haven’t had big bottles of Evian for three weeks,” Patel said. He said, “Racks are empty. Without products, there can be no business. Nobody is going to come into the shop anyway.”

A wide range of businesses in the UK have been facing shortages for several months now – from milkshakes at McDonald’s to beer at pub chains and mattresses at Ikea, but the situation is more dire in UK supermarkets as there are grocery stores. There is also a severe shortage of basic things like water and milk.

The coronavirus crisis has severely disrupted global supply chains, but Britain’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) late last year has exacerbated the problem in Britain. Shops can’t find products for them as regulations make it difficult to hire EU citizens, with companies abandoning freight due to a severe shortage of lorry drivers.

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