The BBC reports on food companies’ concerns in the wake of Brexit.
Scotland’s food and drink industry is warning of price rises and potential shortages when new Brexit rules on imports come into force in April.
The UK’s departure from the European Union has already led to a forest of new paperwork for firms exporting to the continent.
According to James Withers, of trade body Scotland Food and Drink, the impact has been “horrendous”.
He says the seafood sector alone was losing “about a million pounds a day”.
“There’s no sign of any improvement soon,” Mr Withers says. “In fact [there are] many signs things could get worse.”