Coronavirus second wave: Should grocers stock up again?

Tesco Sainsbury's Asda Morrisons Covid-19 pandemic lockdown store closures PPE stockpiling panic buying

With Covid-19 infection rates soaring across the UK, consumers are anticipating a second wave. In March, grocers saw staple products disappear from shelves as panic buying became the norm. Is it time again for supermarkets to replicate the stringent measures that were implemented during lockdown?

Coronavirus second wave: Should grocers stock up again?

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