Mar 31, 2020
Coronavirus: Aldi, Morrisons and Waitrose lift some restrictions
EPA Aldi, Morrisons and Waitrose are easing restrictions on some of their products which were imposed in the wake of stockpiling earlier this month. Aldi is now scrapping limits completely on all but a few items, while Morrisons and Waitrose have also removed some limits and changed others. Morrisons is upping the limits on some items from three to four per customer and removing some altogether to make it easier for people to donate to food banks. In the last four weeks, year-on-year supermarket sales grew by 20.6%. Kantar's Fraser McKevitt said £10.8bn sales in the past four weeks were "Even higher than levels seen at Christmas". "Mr McKevitt added:"It's inevitable that shoppers will add extra items to their baskets when faced with restrictions on their movement.
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