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London Shoppers Find Empty Shelves Amid Reports of Coronavirus Panic-Buying

London Shoppers Find Empty Shelves Amid Reports of Coronavirus Panic-Buying

Footage shot in the Sainsbury’s supermarket in Colliers Wood, south west London, on Friday, March 6, shows the empty shelves facing some shoppers amid reports of panic-buying due to the coronavirus outbreak. Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock has tried to reassure the public that food supplies will not be disrupted by the virus

Posh shoppers are stockpiling PROSECCO as coronavirus spreads across Britain

Posh shoppers are stockpiling PROSECCO as coronavirus spreads across Britain

POSH shoppers are stockpiling bottles of PROSECCO as coronavirus panic-buying spreads across Britain. Shelves of the fizz in Tesco in Leatherhead, Surrey, were left completely empty as customers made sure they had enough to last in case of a lockdown. Shelves of the fizz in Tesco in Leatherhead, Surrey, were left completely empty as customers made

Supermarkets prepare for ‘food riots’

Supermarkets prepare for ‘food riots’

UK supermarkets are preparing for riots as panic buying Brits strip shelves faster than they can be refilled. Bruno Monteyne, former supply chain director for Tesco, which is Britain’s biggest supermarket chain, said a widespread outbreak of COVID-19 would place immense pressure on supermarkets. It comes as photos are already emerging of UK supermarket

Supermarkets to ration stock as part of plans to stop panic-buying as shoppers empty shelves

Supermarkets to ration stock as part of plans to stop panic-buying as shoppers empty shelves

SUPERMARKETS plan to ration stock as part of plans to stop shoppers emptying shelves by panic buying goods during the coronavirus outbreak. Shortages of hand soap, disinfectants, baby wipes and cupboard staples like pasta and rice have already been spotted at supermarkets including Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons. Read our coronavirus live blog