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Sainsbury’s to ease shopping limits, but allow only one adult per household | Business

Sainsbury’s is to loosen purchasing restrictions on most items from Sunday – excluding some high-demand essentials – but is introducing a policy of limiting one adult per household entering its stores. In a letter to its customers, the Sainsbury’s chief executive, Mike Coupe, said that as panic-buying had largely subsidised supermarket shelves were now full …

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ITC limits operations to production of essential items

FMCG-to-hospitality major ITC on Friday said that its factories are producing only essential items such as flour, buiscuits and sanitisers. The company, however, said that its manufacturing facilities of essential goods are partially operational with limited workforce in view of the coronavirus crisis and the restrictions announced by the Central and state governments. “In the …

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Tesco limits online orders to 80 items to speed up deliveries | Business

Tesco is limiting online shoppers to 80 items per order as part of a plan to increase the number of delivery slots available to vulnerable households. Supermarket home deliveries usually contain fewer than 60 products but some worried shoppers have been placing orders of more than 100. To “reach more customers with more deliveries”, Tesco …

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McDonald’s is pulling its all-day breakfast menu as it limits options amid pandemic

A man steps out of a McDonalds restaurant with sign announcing take-out service only in Hollywood, California on March 16, 2020 as the Coronavirus pandemic brings much of California to a standstill. Frederic J. Brown | AFP | Getty Images McDonald’s is pulling its all-day breakfast menu to simplify operations as the coronavirus pandemic strains …

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Waitrose limits shopper numbers as physical-distancing measure | Business

Waitrose is to begin limiting the number of shoppers in its stores at any one time as part of efforts to ensure physical distancing is adhered to during the coronavirus outbreak. The supermarket chain said limits would be specific to each store and it was introducing marshals to manage queues outside shops. Waitrose said it …

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Best Buy limits store customers. Home Depot, Target shorten hours

Best Buy is turning all in-home consultations virtual and limiting the number of customers in each store to 10 to 15 at a time, the company said in a statement. Best Buy, Walmart, Home Depot, Target and Walgreens said they’re reducing store hours to improve safety and keep up with demand, too. These retailers are dealing with a surge …

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Walmart limits China travel in wake of coronavirus

Walmart is addressing store and supply chain issues as it attempts to prevent coronavirus transmission. The discount giant is taking several significant steps to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China, among its customers and employees. The virus has been confirmed in cases across more than 15 countries globally. In alignment …

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India’s proposed changes in duty free purchase limits may dent the country’s duty free market growth prospects, says GlobalData

In January 2020, India’s Commerce and Industry Ministry proposed plans to limit duty free alcohol and cigarettes sales to inbound travellers – limit on alcohol bottles would be reduced to one bottle or one litre from the current two bottles or two litres, while cigarettes would be slashed completely, says GlobalData, a leading data and …

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