Much has been made of the potential disruption of a no deal Brexit on Britain's economy. Now it looks at though it could also hit us where it really hurts... at the breakfast table.
For in the event of a messy withdrawal from the EU on October 31, Britons could quickly see a shortage of bacon, tomatoes and mushrooms for their morning fry-up.
As the above video explains, almost a third of the UK’s food comes from the EU - which raises the prospect of supermarkets being unable to fill their shelves with certain popular staples in the event of a no-deal exit.
It's not all bad news for the good old fashioned Full English however, with bangers still thankfully on the menu due to a sausage surplus....
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