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Brexit Hits Irish Slice Pan

Brexit uncertainty continues but what does it mean for Irish medium business? Bread has a shelf l...

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10.46 5 Sep 2019


Brexit Hits Irish Slice Pan


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10.46 5 Sep 2019


Brexit uncertainty continues but what does it mean for Irish medium business? Bread has a shelf life of 3 days. Most Irish bakers use UK flour in their products. Any delay or a crash out Brexit with WTO tariffs could push up an Irish sliced pan by up to 40%.  Henry McKean visited McCloskey's Bakery in Drogheda which sells bread both sides of the border. Henry sent us this report. 


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