The idea of doing all of that paperwork due to Brexit is, well, repellent to a Vermonter who sells a natural insect repellent abroad.
"Their product is known in the U.S. as “oil of lemon eucalyptus,” a naturally-derived insect repellent, sometimes marketed as an alternative to DEET. It's approved by the EPA, and while it's currently on the market in Europe, it’s still going through environmental approvals there. And Brexit has made that a lot more complicated. For one, the regulators reviewing Citrefine’s product used to be in the U.K. Now, however, the company has to work with officials in the Czech Republic.
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