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 has pledged a £2.6m investment in its egg suppliers as it remains one of the few supermarkets not to impose purchase limits on customers. The £2.6m investment will go directly to farmers to support them with soaring production costs such as energy and chicken feed 🇬🇧 https://t.co/J8bjprSyzA
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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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