Lockdown Shopping Ireland: After-Important Items Buy & Sell in Aldi & Lid

Lockdown Shopping Ireland: After-Important Items Buy & Sell in Aldi & Lid

Aldi and Liddle made statements about what was allowed to be sold in the updates on essentials.

The new measures prevent Guardians from selling unwanted items in stores that are allowed to remain open.

Thousands of retail outlets were forced to close last week as Ireland entered its second lockdown, including clothing, toys and gift stores.

For now, supermarkets selling non-essential items will now face enforcement action.

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Aldi Announced that all non-essential specialbus / middle-corridor promotions will be postponed.

A spokesman for Dublin Live said: “In line with government guidelines, we have decided to replace all non-essential products with specialbus promotions. One-of-a-kind special bus offers on essential products go on sale every Thursday and Sunday. Thank you for your cooperation and patience during these challenging times. ”

When contacted by Dublin Live this week about what stock will be removed from the shelves, an Aldi spokesman responded: “The vast majority of our range is made up of groceries and other essential household items that Irish families depend on.”

Liddle and Aldi

However, not all essential product specific purchase promotions and offers will be available in the fifth phase.

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So is this, Lid Ireland Has released an update on some “canceled items” including Christmas decorations.

Consumers have been warned that some items that appear in the weekly pamphlet will not actually be sold in stores across the country.

Christmas decorations, casual clothes and toys will all be ‘canceled’ in the future.

However, the retailer added that it expects the products to be resold when the restrictions are lifted, which is currently expected for December 1st.

The company wrote on Twitter: “Since the inception of Pandemic, we have worked to develop and implement plans to ensure that shoppers and employees can safely shop and work in our stores, while maintaining our strong supply chain and providing the communities we serve throughout Ireland with the food and essentials they need.

“Since the government announced the outline of the new Level 5 regulations, we have taken a number of steps to ensure that we fully comply with the new rules. We have immediately canceled the advertisement of all non-essential items and removed these items from our website.

“Unfortunately some of these items still appear in our weekly pamphlet, which was printed several weeks ago and we apologize to the frustrated customers.

“We do not sell items that we deem necessary – e.g., Christmas decorations, casual wear, toys, etc. We are trying to remove any remaining stock of previously unnecessary promotions from the sale.

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“We will continue to sell items in our central corridors that are essentially assorted for the maintenance of residential and business premises, safety clothing, car repairs and maintenance of bikes.

“We hope the canceled items will be put up for sale at a later date as restrictions are lifted, and users will be able to keep up to date on our website.

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“Thanks for your understanding, we urge customers to continue shopping responsibly and to follow all public health advice.”

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