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Sainsbury's stock levels
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samuelsen


Posts: 254
Joined: Feb 2016
Post: #1
15-03-2020 07:43 PM

What are stock levels like in FH Sainsburys?
As the Dog Kennel Hill branch is getting emptier by the day through the sheer level's of panic buying, no quicker are shelves refilled, people descend like locusts and clear them.

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johnfbw


Posts: 26
Joined: Nov 2014
Post: #2
22-03-2020 10:12 PM

I think the poor stock levels in Forest Hill isn't so much to do with hoarders. It seems a lot of people usually commute and now aren't eating in town so our little Sainsburys is selling for twice as many meals

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Herbparis


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Joined: Jan 2008
Post: #3
23-03-2020 12:33 PM

I personally think that Sainsburys possiblibly profiting from this crisis is keeping back such as their own brands of essentials like bread to sell the higher branded products as I pass the Buffer room which is at the back of the checkouts it had a few roll pallets with stock on yet the ones on the floor and the little staff that is they is only a couple of cases on each.Cursing

The freezer section was completely stripped and no one filling it at all when I was employee many years ago there was always enough stock in the freezers down stairs and many daily deliveries as they have to small freezers and a large walk in chiller.Mad

To avoid hoarding a rule of only of each product on all items would relief this issue.Mad

This post was last modified: 23-03-2020 12:36 PM by Herbparis.

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