The leaders of the European Union are assembly on Wednesday as a deal over Brexit seems to be as a ways away as ever.
The results of a no-deal Brexit might be felt in the Dutch port of Rotterdam, a very powerful for the motion of products into the UK, in all probability greater than any place else.
The Netherlands executive is starting to plan for a worst-case situation – no deal in any respect – as are different European capitals.
Brexit supporters have disregarded worries about food shortages as scaremongering, however with Rotterdam by myself sending part of the UK’s summer time consumption of tomatoes, if no deal is reached, some quantity of disruption turns out inevitable.
Al Jazeera’s Laurence Lee experiences.