Tesco has stopped selling dozens of its most famous household brands to its online shoppers because of a dispute with its biggest supplier, Unilever.
Included are Marmite, PG Tips tea, Pot Noodles and Surf washing powder.
The row is said to have developed when Unilever - which says it faces higher costs because of the fall in sterling - attempted to increase wholesale prices.
Here we go again, more doom and gloom about the Brexit vote. So what if Tesco have removed a few brands from their shelves. It's not as if the shelves are empty and we're all starving. We knew that there would be change and that some sacrifice may be necessary, but in the long I think things will work out well for the UK.
It's also worth remembering that Unilever is a British-Dutch multinational with headquarters in the UK plus some of these products are actually made here. This is just a small ripple in a big pond and yet it's being treated as if it were a Tsunami. It will all be forgotten in a couple of weeks when the remain camp find something else to moan about.