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lapsy pa
06 Sep 21 16:35
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These aren't just brexit empty selves,these are organic hand reared,flag emblazoned,sovereignty first empty ones!

Fill your baskets with nothing,be hungry,British and proud!

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By:
Corky
When: 06 Sep 21 16:41
Fook me. Good job I shop at Lidl
By:
breadnbutter
When: 06 Sep 21 16:42
Just don't buy any oirish produce.
By:
feedthepony
When: 06 Sep 21 16:44
WE'RE DOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
By:
casemoney
When: 06 Sep 21 16:45
Same food sold in different packaging for twice the price Laugh Amazed M&S still going tbh .
By:
casemoney
When: 06 Sep 21 16:46
No shortage of anything where I live , heading out shopping in a while
By:
casemoney
When: 06 Sep 21 16:48
Sainsbury's another Gang of muggers .
By:
lapsy pa
When: 06 Sep 21 16:49
Went yesterday Casemoney,a few gaps alright but not as bad as being made out i think myself.

Could get worse though and that is the problem.
By:
SirNorbertClarke
When: 06 Sep 21 16:54
Keep noticing these threads but have to say I have seen no shortages in Surrey supermarkets.

Maybe you shouldn't believe everything you read in the tabloids..
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 16:55
I can report m and s Durham had
fairly full shelves on saturday
But still a few old favourites
missing in action.

Sainsbury  Durham far more empty shelves
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 16:57
Quite a few fruit salads at £3 a pop
where the fresh fruit usually is.

Lots of avocados, and on offer at 69p,
By:
Giuseppe
When: 06 Sep 21 17:11
definitely something going on with the meat in tesco in dublin

shelves 1/2 empty of a couple of week now
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 06 Sep 21 17:17
Probably the
"Irish sausage problem"

LaughLaughLaugh
By:
lapsy pa
When: 06 Sep 21 17:21
Joe i would imagine Tesco and M&S Ireland would be short of their fresh British products,not really worth the hassle exporting particulary if the home market is having shortages in those lines.
Dunnes,Supervalu probably have almost zero shortage as they would be Irish produce.
By:
saddo
When: 06 Sep 21 17:38
It's just as well you can't afford meat Giuseppe.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 06 Sep 21 17:45
yeah but i think most of the meat in tesco is irish
By:
Giuseppe
When: 06 Sep 21 17:46
i usually try to get some stuff in the reduced section saddo
By:
Giuseppe
When: 06 Sep 21 17:47
might be a logstics thing, drivers being re routed to UK?
By:
saddo
When: 06 Sep 21 17:55
I don't know what's happening really G, I shop sparingly when places are likely to be empty and there's always enough for me. Not scared of the vid or owt, I just dislike people and queueing.
By:
PorcupineorPineapple
When: 06 Sep 21 19:09
Don't know about M&S, but had to do a few runs to different shops for some basics by ours - pizza, wraps etc.

The other notable thing is the big Tesco in Wigan; not been in it for 18 months or so but they've simply removed 2 aisles completely and they've got clothes and household items lurking around where cereals should be etc. Pretty hilarious really.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 06 Sep 21 19:11
i wish i could afford pizzas and wraps

porcy probbaly buys those fancy dr oetker ones too
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 19:12
A good manager fill fill his shelves.

Kitchen roll in fresh food spaces

Kerching
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 19:12
Will fill
By:
impossible123
When: 06 Sep 21 19:29
Buy local There's plenty of food on the shelves. Who wants foreign muck? Local produce fresh and tasty and eco-friendly, probably vheaper too.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 19:34
Twitter


One positive outcome.The local asda us clearly struggling to fill shelves, I counted 16 shelving sections full of bacardi, same of Gordon's gin and famous grouse, each 16 wide some 3 deep. Thats a minimum of 256 of each excluding what was on correct shelf and none on offer
By:
politicspunter
When: 06 Sep 21 19:36
Was there any lemonade for teetotal folks? Grin
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 19:37
Twitter 2

Spot on David. Chickens are coming home to roost.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 19:38
Twitter 3

There not coming to my local supermarket.
By:
impossible123
When: 06 Sep 21 19:44
Lesser indulgence equals lesser obesity. QED!
By:
HallGreenSpy
When: 06 Sep 21 19:56
Fill your baskets with nothing,be hungry,British and proud!

Blimey lapsy. ShockedLaugh

My good lady reports their are a few gaps in the shelves of late, but nowt to bother us although you may be right at how it may escalate. See the current ceasefire with the NI agreement has been adopted indefinitely so maybe the EU are also after a bit of normality. How are the shelves in the EU btw?
By:
1st time poster
When: 06 Sep 21 20:03
as far as EU is concerned probably think its rude to intervene in a countries internal meltdown
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 06 Sep 21 20:04
The posh customers who shop at M & S will have to eat proper cheese like English Chedder if there are shortages.
Who wants to eat that mouldy imported dog sick they call Brie anyway.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 20:12
Plenty British brie crippen

Is there anything you get right
By:
lfc1971
When: 06 Sep 21 20:13
Anarchy for the U.K.
it’s coming sometime
and maybe I gave a wrong time
stop at traffic line your future dream
is a shopping scheme
Is this the M.P.L.A.
or is this the U.D.A
or is this the I.R.A
I thought it was the U.K.
By:
lapsy pa
When: 06 Sep 21 20:13
HGS i took it off the bbcs comments section,i thought the 1st sentence was a beaut,obviously mimicking the M&S ads.
By:
moisok
When: 06 Sep 21 20:18
plenty of food around here
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 06 Sep 21 20:25
Is there anything you get right

What's upset you now laugh?

Lost all your money again eh?
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 06 Sep 21 20:27
You can't afford to buy Brie anyway laugh.
By:
macarony
When: 06 Sep 21 20:34
Would this be the same M&S that once prided itself on selling British goods they were the first to make a billion in profit then the sickness set in let's save a few pounds by selling imported goods for the same money. How's that working out for you now M&Street?
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 06 Sep 21 20:39
Lol

No examples of out you got right

Hey ho, Kyle's on next week

Summit for you to enjoy
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