First of all, please be aware that Brexit is not an instant process and will take an estimated 2 years after the formal ‘article 50’ was triggered, with the actual timing of successful negotiations being as yet unknown. Until then the UK remains an EU member and we carry on as usual. In the meantime the current effects of the currency markets reducing the strength of the GB Pound against other major currencies, in particular the Euro and the U.S. Dollar has 2 major consequences…. A: It’s cheaper for our international customers to buy from us in the UK. B: Our raw materials imported from throughout the world continue to increase in price resulting in necessary price rises of some of our products and ingredients.