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Now is not the time to Stockpile

October 1, 2020 7:39 am

As we continue through this pandemic uncertainty around further local or national government restrictions continues,
but what we cannot do as a nation is stockpile our grocery shopping.

We all saw back in March when the threat of the original lockdown was upon us customers started
stockpiling food from the supermarkets. Toilet rolls, tinned food, pasta and flour were the favourites.
This lead to the rationing of these products to make sure there was enough to go around.

Back then, manufacturers and supermarkets warned us to refrain from stockpiling as there was plenty to go around.
They are now repeating this same statement as a small percentage of customers begin to stockpile once again.

All over the UK manufacturers have been increasing production to make sure there is enough of their
products to supply consumers for the remaining quarter of this year.

Likewise, supermarkets have been increasing their online shopping delivery slots to meet the demand from
shoppers. All supermarkets have said that they don’t foresee any issues with grocery supplies or delivery
slots if customers simply shop as they usually would.

Seven Refrigeration are seeing a high demand for temperature controlled storage containers as supermarkets
ensure they have sufficient grocery stock levels over the coming months. Our refrigerated units are helping
the food industry to store produce.

Seven Refrigeration are refrigerated container specialists with vast experience in supplying cold storage units
across the United Kingdom to many food retailers, wholesalers and major supermarkets.

Seven can supply 20ft and 40ft cold storage containers on a short or long term hire basis, delivered directly
to your site to support your operation and add temporary storage capacity. We can offer flexible hire terms dependent
on your storage requirements.

Call us to discuss your solution on 01473 261780 or email sales@sevenrefrigeration.co.uk

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