Noosa farmers' market today........everything available.
Shortage me arrse.
Shortage me arrse.
The up side is they're semi domesticated and can be herded and kept as a source of protein when the the nuclear winter kicks off.That takes brain cells to realise that. Something God was not geneurous with when it came to scousers.
Oh dear, what a shame...and you know the rest.
Same round here. The farmers markets are well stocked. Took a trip up Mangrove Mountain on the Central Coast hinterland and all the farm shops are open and we’ll stocked with seasonally available goods. Singos outlets have plenty of meat.Noosa farmers' market today........everything available.
Shortage me arrse.
They might do for pet food-preferably eaten alive, but for human consumption?. Please don't be offended if I take a rain check on that one.The up side is they're semi domesticated and can be herded and kept as a source of protein when the the nuclear winter kicks off.
I've read that the major supermarkets have stopped stocking skimmed, just full fat and semi-skimmed, seemingly to help simplify the food supply chain. And all in the 4 pint size only.The current weird shortage seems to be skimmed milk. There’s suddenly none in the shops but gallons of semi skimmed. Has Joe Wicks convinced everyone to go on a diet?
It was reported a while ago that £1bn worth of food had been bought across the UK in just one week.The amount that has been dumped must have cost a fair bit of wasted dosh - serve the greedy feckrs right. Some of the photos are supposed to have been taken in Derby, although they could have been taken almost anywhere.
I agree that unless photos are corroborated they are useless however we live in a wasteful society so it will happen. That I have no doubt of.A few pictures mean nothing, the media is determined to create fake news out of anything these days, the owners of those bins could have gone away, been ill or their freezers broke down.
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!I've read that the major supermarkets have stopped stocking skimmed, just full fat and semi-skimmed, seemingly to help simplify the food supply chain. And all in the 4 pint size only.
My local (chain) bottleshop has reasonable stocks of the most popular lines, and has cunningly “IKEA’d” from the front door entry, around the wine various to access the cold/not cold beer spaces (heaps of Fosters/VB for the Bogans), then past the liquors etc to the cash registers, card only thanks, to the exit ... every cloud etc, etcI'd say that I'd hope that you are joking. However I popped into my local Tesco today and the wines and spirits aisle was stripped except for a number of single malts. It was totally out of meat and a lot of tinned stuff was gone, although there was plenty of corned beef and spam. Toiletries of all types were looking rather scarce as well.
The bread aisle and toilet paper shelves were full, so panic buying appears to be happening in waves.
there is only English mustard, the rest is yellow sauce.Having joked about running out of wholegrain mustard it would appear that I spoke too soon.
Shopping in 2 different locations yesterday. In both, the condiments shelves had taken a big hit.
No Mustard of any sort in either except English mustard powder.
No wholegrain, dejon, french, or any other various types that are usually there
The first Thursday to Sunday of panic buying our sales were up by £700k for those 4 days, for one supermarket.It was reported a while ago that £1bn worth of food had been bought across the UK in just one week.
The London Economic | Queues of over 100,000 people have been seen on the site, with food waste bins pictured overspilling amid a panic buying frenzy| Newswww.thelondoneconomic.com