ALDI lifted its limit of four articles on beers, wines and spirits, as well as on diapers during the coronavirus pandemic.
It follows the removal of its limit of four items on most products in store earlier this week.
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This had been introduced on March 15.
Just over a week later, Aldi then limited customers to buying two diapers, toilet paper and tea towel.
Supermarkets at all levels have had to ration what buyers can buy to avoid panic purchases.
But now the limit of four elements in Aldi only relates to antibacterial wipes, bleach, canned tomatoes, beans and sausages, hand washing and soap, partially baked bread, pasta, shower gel and toilet paper, paper towels and handkerchiefs.
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A stricter limit of two items still applies to antibacterial hand gel, infant formula and UHT milk.
Aldi says product availability in stores is “good” but adds that she encourages buyers to buy only what they need.
To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Aldi encourages its customers to make card payments rather than cash – its contactless card limit will drop from £ 30 to £ 45 per transaction starting Monday.
The new contactless limit came into effect on April 1 and all retailers should follow it.
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In addition, Aldi donates nearly half a million Easter eggs to charities and local food banks that support vulnerable families and children.
Each store will donate up to 50 Easter eggs each day from April 1 to April 11.
These will go to the usual organizations that receive food from the nearby platform – charities and food banks have nothing to do.