Alice Beer Explains Why We Shouldn’t Panic About Empty Supermarket Shelves | This Morning

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As the ‘pingdemic’ causes more and more people to self-isolate, we are seeing similar images to March 2020 coming from supermarkets. With empty shelves, is there need to panic? Alice Beer explains the reasons the shelves are bare and why you don’t need to be stocking up.

Broadcast on 22/07/21

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    Alice Beer is an English television presenter. She is best known for appearing on the British consumer investigative journalism programme Watchdog on BBC One between 1993 and 1999.

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