The Welsh first minister has said the ban on grocers selling non-essential items as part of the region’s fire break lockdown will have some flexibility after the measures drew complaints.
Supermarkets will be allowed discretion on selling non-essential items during the 17-day lockdown period, after Mark Drakeford rowed back on the original guidance, which came into effect on Friday.
Please sign in now if you have a subscription or are already registered with us.
Retail-Week.com provides premium, in-depth intelligence that helps retailers judge risks, spot opportunities and identify what they need to do to win in the digital economy.
Register today for a taste of our high-quality intelligence and enjoy:
Discover Retail Week register now
Please note, if you have recently purchased a subscription, it may take a few minutes before your account is updated.