No Food Is an Island 

The Brexit has major implications for the import and export of food. Isolationism is a dangerous thing; it limits variety as well as elements essential to daily living. As a safeguard against famine, the Union provides protection for production and procurement. Free trade is the nourishment of a nation.

http://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/what-brexit-means-for-british-food?mbid=social_twitter

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