Tesco and Aldi latest grocers to place purchasing limits on fruit and veg

Aldi fruit and veg aisle

Supermarket giant Tesco and discounter Aldi have placed limits on fruit and veg purchases, following moves by competitors Morrisons and Asda.

Both Aldi and Tesco have said they are placing a limit of three per customer on sales of tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers.

At the time of publication, Sainsbury’s, LidlWaitroseMarks & Spencer and the Co-op have not announced any similar restrictions. 

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