I'm not looking forward to my next shop when I suddenly find I can't buy any meat for my standard nightly dinner. Even our unit tonight put on a barbecue but were forced to purchase pizzas to fill the gap because we were short on sausages and bread rolls.
Vegan meat still on the shelves?
So with the now imposed limits of max 2 items in any one category even across brands - will that result in people going out more often to shop? I know it is an attempt to deter big quantity shopping. Just got to stop the selfish mentality. I'm looking forward eating out to the bottom of my freezer and back of pantry shelves - but I've been well stocked for many years. (not a doomsday adherent - just organised)
Given they already started restricting toilet paper sales as of last week and that was still out of stock, I imagine people will find ways to get around it. I have enough stocked to get me through a couple of weeks, maybe (other than bread and milk) but I fear this will last longer than that. I have plenty of pasta and rice because I always stock a few weeks' worth of that, though meat's going to be an issue.
People are naturally selfish, just ask the guy in the large vehicle that wouldn't let me merge yesterday (I had right of way) and almost resulted in me crashing into him.