(William Booth, Sarah Parnass/The Washington Post)
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Some warn these British berry fields could go unpicked, thanks to Brexit
As British farmers warn that Brexit could mean a dearth of seasonal workers, The Post's William Booth traveled to a berry farm in Herefordshire, England, where just three out of a workforce of 300 are British.
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