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Siwel123

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Re: Stock control
« Reply #100 on: 21-12-19, 10:31PM »
Our warehouse is now rammed, milk and butter etc are even being stored outside of the chiller, which never normally happens.

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Re: Stock control
« Reply #101 on: 22-12-19, 08:21AM »
Milk...outside a chiller :thumbdown: (-*-)

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Re: Stock control
« Reply #102 on: 22-12-19, 10:05AM »
I would like to bet that three quarters of the stores have milk / chilled gods left in a corridor or back yard , the other quarter of the stores will be running short of stock all because of central planning . ( Also all the warehouses have had to clear the depots of Christmas lines so that they can have the Easter stock in storage - would like to bet that Cadbury cream eggs , mini eggs etc are already in store waiting to go n display in the new year ? )  ??? ??? :-X

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Re: Stock control
« Reply #103 on: 22-12-19, 05:46PM »
I would like to bet that three quarters of the stores have milk / chilled gods left in a corridor or back yard , the other quarter of the stores will be running short of stock all because of central planning . ( Also all the warehouses have had to clear the depots of Christmas lines so that they can have the Easter stock in storage - would like to bet that Cadbury cream eggs , mini eggs etc are already in store waiting to go n display in the new year ? )  ??? ??? :-X

Ours was in the back yard at one point when there was snow on the ground, it was colder outside than in the actual chiller. Bad thing is though that a delivery came and was left outside and 30 minutes later management ran in the warehouse and got as many staff members to drag it up from outside because environmental health had come in the store for a random check  😂

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Re: Stock control
« Reply #104 on: 22-12-19, 06:56PM »
The health and safety executive should be contacted.  I am sure on the week leading up to Christmas they would find a visit to most stores worthwhile.

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Re: Stock control
« Reply #105 on: 22-12-19, 09:32PM »
Tesco are protected by the government, they'll just get punitive fines for breaching important regulations and Health and Safety, The government needs Tesco due to how important is to the national economy.