Business Resilience: Panic buyers kept in line

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Published: April 20, 2020

Panic buying at shops across the country has resulted in empty shelves at many retailers, including health and wellness stores like Clicks and Dischem, as consumers look to stock up on essential supplies such as medicine and hygiene products. Both Clicks and Dischem quickly implemented a six-item limit to ensure there was enough to go around for everybody

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