Lidl to lift fruit and veg restrictions from Monday
It has been announced that Lidl is the latest supermarket to lift all restrictions on fruit and vegetable sales that were previously in place due to shortages.
BBC News reported: “It’s been reported by our broadcast journalist that Lidl is set to lift all restrictions on fruit and vegetable sales from Monday. “It had introduced this limit on three items per customer; peppers, tomatoes and cucumbers. “It joined Asda and Morrisons in lifting these caps for shoppers…supply issues being reported beginning to ease.
“Asda fully lifted restrictions on cucumber, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, raspberries and salad leaves. “Morrisons will be lifting limits on cucumbers, but Lidl one of those supermarkets that have become quite important during the cost of living crisis in terms of being affordable is set to lift all restrictions on fruit and vegetable sales from Monday.”
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