With the clock running down on negotiations over a Brexit trade deal, Dutch fruit and vegetable exporters fear that a failure to strike an agreement could lead to long customs queues and fresh produce rotting in trucks. Slideshow ( 5 images ) The Netherlands exported about 2 billion euros’ ($2.4 billion) worth of fruit and vegetables to Britain last year, and its port, Rotterdam, is the main hub for cargo passing from other EU member states to Britain. If Britain crashes out of the EU without a trade deal, its imports of fresh produce will be subject to time-consuming health and customs checks. “When our trucks are in the middle of these queues, that will be disastrous for our products because they are fresh and need to go quickly,” logistics manager Daco Sol of the Dutch fruit and vegetables producers association told Reuters. “Each delay will […]