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Irish companies Stockpile foods in the UK

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Irish companies are competing with a growing number of online retailers for warehouse space in Britain as a no-deal Brexit could stop or delay shipments.

In preparation for a no-deal Brexit, C&C Group, a leading manufacturer, marketer and distributor of premium branded cider, beer, wine and soft drinks has reported that it plans to increase UK shipments from its fermentation plant in Clonmel and store the stock at the group’s brewery in Glasglow. C&C exports 160 million bottles of cider annually from Ireland to Britain.  Dawn Farm Foods, a leading cooked meats producer that sells its products to 20,000 outlets across the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said it has taken out additional warehousing in Britain to ensure it can maintain supplies through any disruption. It plans to create an enhanced buffer stock to protect key customers supply chains and to tide it through what is likely to be a period of significant uncertainty around ultimate Brexit agreement outcomes.

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