Shoppers are still reporting food shortages at supermarkets, despite assurances that there is plenty of supply and people should shop normally, Stuff reports. An Auckland woman told Stuff that she was unable to find eggs at multiple stores, and a senior couple shopping online said, “We went to check out for the Greenlane [Auckland] branch, only to be informed that almost all the products we needed – milk, bread, yoghurt, meat, etc – were out of stock.” Retail NZ chief executive Greg Harford said allowing independent food retailers such as butchers and grocers to operate would take pressures off supermarkets.
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