Supermarkets have started lifting restrictions on certain products, but are there essentials and other items you’re still struggling to find?
With demand beginning to ease, we know that shoppers are beginning to find it easier to get the items they want.
But some products are still proving tricky to find – according to our survey, hard-to-source products included flour, pasta, rice and paracetamol.
While many people have been struggling to get a supermarket delivery slot, others have been venturing to the stores to do their shop.
We asked on Facebook which items are proving tough to find.
Here’s a selection of the responses we received. Does your experience match the products people can’t get their hands on?
The emerging theme is certainly around individual ingredients, while products that have been ‘like gold dust’ for a while now, such as hand gel, are still proving illusive.
As for the flour shortage, Kate Bevan has explained that one here!
Do your experiences match up with what’s been reported above?
Making food last
Last month we compiled 10 tips from members for making your food go further, now we’d like to hear your tips here on Which? Conversation.
Personally, I’ve been tending to cook in larger quantities since shopping has become less frequent. That way I can then freeze the smaller portions to have for future meals.
I’ve found it’s been working well for mince, such as lasagne and chilli.
How are you making your ingredients and other food last longer? What are your tips for making the most of the food you have in your kitchen?
And which food items and other essentials are you struggling to find? Share your experiences with us in the comments.