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How Brexit has raised UK food prices


Some products imported to the UK from the European Union have been more affected by the post-Brexit trading rules than others. Jan David Bakker, Nikhil Datta, Josh De Lyon, Luisa Opitz and Dilan Yang find that leaving the single market and customs union has led to a 6% rise in food prices in the UK.


Jan David Bakker, Nikhil Datta, Josh De Lyon, Luisa Opitz and Dilan Yang

21 June 2022     Paper Number CEPCP628

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This CentrePiece article is published under the centre's Trade programme.

This publication comes under the following theme: Brexit