According to British media reports on the 11th, Britain officially left the European Union after the Brexit transition period ended on January 1 this year.
According to the agreement between the UK and the EU, British Northern Ireland will continue to abide by the EU single market rules.
Northern Ireland and EU member Ireland will not have “hard borders”, but there will be certain obstacles to the flow of trade with the rest of the UK, which require the preparation of relevant documents and inspection.
As a result, since the beginning of this month, many food destined for Northern Ireland has been delayed due to the provision of additional documents or for inspection.
In several supermarkets in Northern Ireland, the supply of food such as fresh vegetables, fruits and frozen meat has been blocked, and about hundreds of goods are currently out of stock.