Sainsbury’s has lifted buying restrictions on “thousands of products” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In a letter to customers, Sainsbury’s chief executive Mike Coupe has announced he is lifting food bans after customer feedback.
Restrictions will remain in place for items such as pasta and long-life milk, which have been limited to two per customer, the Telegraph and Argus reported.
The letter says: “You wrote to tell me that product limits were a barrier to being able to shop for other people.
“We understand that it can be difficult to buy what you need and shop for someone else with the three-item product limit.
“We have now lifted buying restrictions on thousands of products and hope that this will help more of you to shop for others.”