Tesco Hungary Limits Deliveries Due To Coronavirus

  • 5 Mar 2020 6:31 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Tesco Hungary Limits Deliveries Due To Coronavirus
Tesco has imposed lower ceilings on home orders on specific products, especially on non-perishable food items, than before the coronavirus panic developed, readers reported to Index on Tuesday.

For many products the maximum quantity that can be ordered is six, but there are some categories, such as perfumes, where the limit is 24, Index adds.

Tesco said it has imposed temporarily limitations on quantity in order to keep popular products available for as many purchasers as possible.

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