Waitrose shuns purchase limits on eggs & support British Farmers

Waitrose pledges a £2.6 million investment in its egg suppliers, as it is one of few supermarkets that does not impose purchase limits.

Marks & Spencer, and Morrisons are the latest grocers joining Tesco, Asda, and Lidl in rationing boxes sales as the effects of rising costs and bird influenza continue to take their toll.

Waitrose stated that it does not intend to put such restrictions in place and added that there is a “strong availability of British-free-range eggs” available online and in its shops.

Sainsbury’s as well as the Co-op did not set limits. The Co-op said it will continue to monitor the situation.

Waitrose announced that it is £2.6m investment in farmers will be used to help them offset rising production costs like energy and feed.

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