The boss of Lego has said the toymaker is working with UK retailers to “make sure they have enough stock” this Christmas in case of a no-deal Brexit.
Niels Christiansen said the Danish firm was not expecting problems but that he was “monitoring the situation” nonetheless.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he wants to take the UK out of the EU on 31 October, with or without a deal.
But some have warned this could cause chaos for British retailers.
Potential risks include delays at ports and higher prices for imported goods caused by further falls in the pound – although others say the claims have been exaggerated.
Lego imports its bricks into the UK from the Czech Republic, Denmark and Hungary, suggesting it could be at risk