Woolworths has announced that all their product limits will be going back to normal from today, except from the limit on toilet paper.
The supermarket giant reports that customer behaviour has once again returned to normal, after a recent coronavirus spike in Melbourne prompted another round of panic buying.
Over the last couple of months, the supermarket had been closely monitoring consumer behaviour, introducing various limits on certain products as demand changed.
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The two pack limit was implemented for hand sanitiser, paper towel, flour, sugar, pasta, mince, long-life milk, eggs and rice recently across Victorian stores, with a two pack limit on toilet paper put in place nationwide.
Woolworths Supermarkets Managing Director Claire Peters says they’ll continue to monitor the situation very closely.
“We are pleased to advise all product limits, except those on toilet paper, have now been lifted at Woolworths nationwide.
“We wish to thank customers for returning to their normal shopping routines over the past week.
“With demand moderating, there is more than enough stock flowing through from our distribution warehouses and into our stores to support all our customers’ grocery needs.
“We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will not hesitate to reinstate product limits if needed,” Ms Peters said.