Poland faces shortage of sugar supplies

The Russian news agency Novosti reported the sudden disappearance of sugar from the shelves of Polish shops.

She stated that sugar was not found in convenience stores in the Polish capital Warsaw, as well as in retail chains such as Biedronka, Lidl, Vezhiki, Auchan and Aldi.

And in some stores sugar appears from time to time, and then restrictions are imposed on its purchase – no more than 10 kilograms per person.

Data in social networks indicate a shortage of sugar in other regions of Poland. And store workers express their surprise at this situation and, consequently, the high demand for sugar. They explain why the sugar was not delivered to the stores on time.

For its part, the Aldi supermarket chain said it was “aware of the tense situation in the world with logistical problems, lack of containers and truck drivers, and high freight rates.” A statement released by the network said: “In addition to this, conditions related to weather and climate are being added.”

Source: RIA Novosti

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