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Panic buying on wane as online shopping takes over, says bank | Business

There is an early sign that supermarket panic buying may be on the wane, if figures from the online bank Starling are an accurate guide to how shoppers are behaving. The bank, which has 1.25 million UK account holders, said transactions in supermarkets peaked two weekends ago and had been falling since. “Our data suggests …

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The Guardian view on empty supermarket shelves: panic is not the problem | Opinion

Until a couple of weeks ago, the idea of waiting in an Ocado queue of 73,735 shoppers, or of supermarkets rationing milk and baked beans, would have sounded like satire. For too many people in the UK, food scarcity is the norm, with mothers and fathers going hungry to ensure their children are fed. But …

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‘Could you buy a little less, please?’: panic-buying disrupts food distribution | World news

As coronavirus spreads in the US, many people are stockpiling essentials for what they believe will be periods of home confinement and panicked shoppers have stripped many US grocery stores of staples ranging from bread and milk to meat and toilet paper. But, in fact, the virus currently poses little threat to the integrity of …

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No need for panic buying of milk, other dairy products, says Amul MD

GCMMF, which markets its dairy products under Amul brand, on Saturday said there will be no shortage of milk and other dairy products and asked people to refrain from panic buying amid coronavirus scare. According to a PTI report: Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) MD R S Sodhi said there have been reports of …

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Panic-buyers urged to ‘be responsible and think of others’ amid Covid-19 pandemic – video | World news

The environment secretary, George Eustice, has urged panic-buyers to only purchase what they need in order to not make shopping difficult for frontline workers, such as NHS staff. Standing in for Boris Johnson on Saturday at the government’s daily briefing, he said: ‘Be responsible when you shop and think of others. Buying more than you need means …

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Coronavirus: UK panic-buyers urged to think of frontline workers | World news

The UK government is urging people to “be responsible when [they] shop and think of others” as panic-buying continues in response to the coronavirus crisis. The environment secretary, George Eustice, who stood in for Boris Johnson on Saturday for the government’s daily briefing, said that when people took more than they needed it made things …

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Disabled people cut off from vital supplies due to panic buying | World news

Disabled people are being left cut off from vital supplies due to the coronavirus pandemic, as charities warn of a rising number of calls from worried individuals who are struggling. It comes as Sainsbury’s said it would allocate specific hours for vulnerable and elderly patients to do their shopping and prioritise delivery slots for them. …

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The most vulnerable people are missing out in panic-buying spree | Letters | World news

You report that the environment secretary, George Eustice, has been holding daily phone calls with supermarket chief executives to ensure that supply chains suffer minimal disruption (Supermarkets: Retailers adopt crisis plans, 17 March), quoting a Defra spokesman as saying: “Retailers are continuing to monitor their supply chains and taking all the necessary steps to ensure …

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Indian retail reels under Coronavirus panic

Amid the rising number of coronavirus cases in the country, the order of closure of malls and multiplexes across many top cities by the respective state governments to prevent people congregating for any reason, has caused the organized retail scene in these cities to come to a grinding halt. The top 8 main cities of …

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UK supermarkets take steps to prevent panic buying and shortages | World news

UK supermarkets are ramping up contingency plans to help tackle demand from shoppers for essential provisions, with more sections of the population – including vulnerable and elderly people – preparing for self-isolation during the coronavirus outbreak. The discounter Aldi has become the first supermarket to introduce across-the-board rationing, which means customers can buy no more …

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