Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Asda and Aldi rules for whether to buy alone

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As one of the few places we still have to visit in these difficult times, it is important that everyone is clear about the new rules being put in place in supermarkets.

To protect staff and customers, many large chains have introduced new measures that change the way we shop.

These new rules include restrictions on the number of people in each household who can shop at the same time.

Obviously, it is sometimes impossible to go alone for people with children or family responsibilities, so the supermarkets are flexible.

It is always important to know exactly what the supermarkets are saying.

Here’s what each of the big chains says about shopping with your partner or other members of your household.

Tesco

Tesco asks people to make their own purchases.

A statement on their website reads: “Please try to shop for yourself to help reduce the number of people in store at all times. “

The store also conceded that there were exceptions to this.

The statement continues: “We understand that this is not always possible, so if you need to bring children with you or go shopping with a babysitter, you are welcome to do so. “

Sainsbury’s

Like Tesco, Sainsbury’s only asks one adult to go to the stores per household.

According to a spokesperson, “This helps us keep people at a safe distance and also helps reduce the queues to enter the stores.

“Our store teams will ask groups of more than one adult to choose an adult for shopping and ask other adults to wait.

“Children are welcome if they cannot stay at home. “

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Morrisons

At Morrisons, customers are asked, as much as possible, that customers buy alone for social distancing.

Asda

On Asda’s website, customers are informed: “You are allowed to bring your children and other household members to our stores if you need to, but if possible – try to limit groups family at a minimum and if you can, to one person per trolley, to help us maintain social distancing advice. ”

Aldi

Aldi encourages all customers to try to reduce the number of family members they bring with them to our stores.

However, if necessary, customers can buy with others.

Waitrose

Waitrose requests that only one member from each household do their shopping at a time.

Like the other big chains, they admit that there are exceptions to this.

The statement said: “While this is not possible for everyone, we are very grateful for the support of our customers during this time of uncertainty. “

Lidl

In a statement posted on its website, a spokesperson said, “While we encourage customers to make their own purchases whenever possible, if you need help with your purchases, you may be accompanied by someone who can help you.

“This also applies to single-parent families and their children. “

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