The outbreak of the coronavirus hampered the economic stability of the whole world, and Britain is no exception. The pandemic exposed the global supply chains hence impacted all the sectors of life. The current study aims to examine the impact of COVID19 on the food supply chain in the United Kingdom. A secondary approach will be adopted for this purpose, and the existing body of literature will be explored and analyzed. The government measures to curb the virus and the resilience of the food system during this crisis have been thoroughly discussed throughout the paper. Furthermore, demand-side shocks along with panic buying and the shift in consumption trends due to lock-down measures and social distancing have also been discussed. Potential changes in the food supply curve are evaluated, including issues like limited workforce, and transport and travel restrictions.