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Two supermarket chains in the UK have restricted the sale of some fruit and vegetables

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UK supermarket chains Asda and Morrisons have restricted the sale of some products due to the shortage of fresh fruit and vegetables from North Africa and Spain.

Asda stated that sales of products such as tomatoes, peppers and lettuce were limited to three per customer, while Morrisons announced that the limit on the sale of cucumbers and a few products in its stores will be two per customer as of Tuesday.

The country’s other major supermarket chains Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Lidl, Aldi, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer have no restrictions.

While it is stated that customers have had difficulties in finding some products in recent days, photos of empty supermarket shelves are frequently shared on social media.

The supply problems, which have also affected Ireland, are largely due to the bad weather conditions that hit Spain and North Africa, such as floods, snow and hail, affecting the harvest.

Most of the products consumed by the British people at this time of the year come from these regions.

 

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