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For Pooch & Mutt, the U.K.’s hesitation by the Brexit door is more than an annoyance; it’s costing real money.

The British maker of superfoods for pets built up about GBP400,000 ($520,000) worth of extra product as it prepared for the potential disruption of a no-deal Brexit on March 29 and then on April 12. Now that the split has been delayed a second time, the supplier to Waitrose supermarkets, grocer J Sainsbury Plc, and Pets at Home Group Plc needs a loan to cover the cost of its stockpile.

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