Have supermarkets learned how to handle panic buying?

As essential retail businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic, supermarkets have been under continued pressure to serve communities, particularly in times of lockdown.  In Australia, where four major cities have been plugged into lockdown this week, videos and images of bare toilet paper shelves have once again surfaced online as consumers fall into old habits, forcing supermarkets to bring back purchase limits on high demand items. But have grocery retailers learned from the lockdowns of the

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