Five key items are being rationed at Tesco to cope with high demand in the run up to Christmas.
Shops are always busier than ever at this time of year, as customers head out to buy food, gifts and festive items.
But coronavirus makes things even trickier and now, like earlier this year, rations are being introduced, WalesOnline reports.
Tesco shoppers are being told to expect a three-per-person limit on certain products such as flour, dried pasta, toilet roll, baby wipes and anti-bacterial wipes.
What’s more, the grocer is also adding further limits to online orders, for products including rice and canned veg, eggs, flour, anti-bac products and face coverings or face masks.
The chain will be busy as we approach Christmas, with the chain being one of the so called Big Four supermarkets in the country.
It comes days after Oliver Dowden has said “he does not accept” predictions by Tesco that no-deal will see prices on EU goods rise by 3% to 5%.
Speaking to BBC Breakfast, the Culture Secretary said calculations by the Environment Minister said at most price rises would be 2%.
“All of this goes to show that we would much rather have a free trade deal,” he said.
“It wouldn’t just be us that would be worse off by not having a free trade deal, exactly the same thing would apply to the Irish who export large amounts of beef to us.
“Or, for example, the Germans in respect of cars they send us.
“What we will not accept is this ratcheting up that if the EU decides to impose fresh regulations that have nothing to do with us we have to then match them or face the consequences – they don’t demand that of Canada.”