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Sainsbury's branches in Stamford and Bourne will lift product restrictions on some items including Easter eggs but asks only one adult per house to shop




Sainsbury's, which has branches in Stamford and Bourne, will lift product restrictions on some items including Easter eggs from Sunday.

Chief executive of the supermarket chain Mike Coupe wrote to customers today to say that from Sunday, some restrictions on the amount shoppers can buy will be lifted. He said limits would remain in place on the most popular items, including UHT milk, pasta and tinned tomatoes.

He said: "As stock continues to build, we have been reviewing whether we still need to limit the number of items people buy. I am pleased to tell you that we will start to remove limits from Sunday. Limits will remain in place on the most popular items which include UHT milk, pasta and tinned tomatoes.


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