Cllr Andrea Cowan
I'm sorry, tesco this is not good enough in your Dalmarnock store on a Friday afternoon ๐Ÿ˜” Lots more shelves with empty boxes throughout the store. Rising prices are bad enough but lack of basic foodstuffs is unacceptable.
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10 months ago
Helen Harris
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
Plymouth Tesco last Wednesday afternoon..
TW8
10 months ago
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e.j street
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
Tip of the iceberg
Joanne Livsey
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
I understand it takes a long time to get a nice new blue passport too.
Ms Robot (Governed by idiots)
10 months ago
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My local Tesco in London yesterday afternoon. It's shocking.
Debbi Shotton
10 months ago
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sainsburys this Friday afternoon. Most afternoons, actually!
Cal
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
Itโ€™s BREXIT.
Jeffrey Streetman
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
tesco Hove yesterday there were similar gaps๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿป
Where are all the tomatoes ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™€๏ธ
Rajeev Datta
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
Get there earlier.
Jane Smith
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
It's the same here in Sheffield. Apparently UK farmers can't afford to hear their poly tunnels, so many have stopped producing.
Milstead On Movies
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
Yes, this is going to happen when supermarkets try to constantly underpay their suppliers
Mitch not SNP
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
That's weird cos someone else posted that image saying it was tesco in Aberdeen, when it was actually, after a Google image search, a Tesco in Slough from 2021.
dukegeoff49
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
Exactly the same in Tesco Heswall Wirral
#hellomynameisKristy
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
Yet the wholesale fruit and vegetable trade is still able to supply small retailers, caterers and restaurants. Their supply chain is much more fluid.
Andrew Burnet
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
I'm assuming you know that supermarkets are struggling to obtain stock since Brexit.
Jack Gamble
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
This is all crop issues abroad due to weather. Widely reported.
Anthony Bennett
10 months ago
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This is purely down to cold overnight temperatures in southern Europe. The produce is simply not growing. Don't blame tesco
Heath south Wales shaker
10 months ago
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Best it's back to independent shops in our towns and villages
Ray Langford
10 months ago
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Thatโ€™s Brexit for you.
Sarah-Jayne
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
I was going to suggest being creative with whatever is on the shelves but I only see parsnips and cucumbers. Not sure what you can rustle up with them ๐Ÿคฃ
Martin Bates
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
How is this Tescos fault? I'm sure they are as disappointed with the store as you are. All they could have done better was to remove all the cardboard.
Phil The Sheep
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
I work in food import/export. This is not Tesco's fault, this is Brexit. And not only that, but it's only the collateral damage from the part of Brexit that affects businesses. The part of Brexit that affects consumers, incoming goods checks, has been put off again and again....
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Fraser Mathieson
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
I was in mu sainsburys and Tesco in Stirling yesterday - no shortages or empty shelves from what I seen. Maybe it'd the running of how shelves are filled rather than the bog standard 'brexit' response. We have it, accept it, move on and work together to make it work
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Paul
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
The supermarkets screw the producers into not being able to produce
Joanne Tanner
10 months ago
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Go shop in Aldi then as Aldi and Lidl have an upper hand to ALL the other supermarkets and small stores ... there head quarters are in Germany so can still benefit from discounts etc . And when everyone that gets paid through the government want non stop pay rises tax increases
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Peter Gates
10 months ago
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Brexshit
adp
10 months ago
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Furthermore they are accepting ~5% price increases from their suppliers but jacking their shelf prices up by 10-15%. Every little helpsโ€ฆ their shareholders.
Karl (Baron GetRidOfTories)
10 months ago
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Donโ€™t rant at the supermarket this is the benefit of Brexit. This is entirely down to the CONservative party #GeneralElectionNOW #ToriesOut227 #RussianSponsoredFascism
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Paddy Mc Williams
10 months ago
In response Cllr Andrea Cowan to his Publication
I was in their Banbridge store a couple of weeks ago and they didnโ€™t have a single tomato. Lidl had loads. Whatโ€™s that about? Sourcing? ๐Ÿ˜ผ
Niel Kirk
10 months ago
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Wonder what could ever be the reason ๐Ÿค” #brexit #supplychain #Trading #Europe #GTTO #BrexitBenefits #BrexitBrokeBritain #Tesco #BrexitDisaster #BrexitShambles #FBF #FollowBack BrexitBin brexit_sham BrexitEt
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