Photos shared to social media show how bad the second wave of panic buying in Victoria is, just as the state's second lockdown starts.
Shoppers at several stores across Melbourne are being told to look out for coronavirus symptoms.
Coles is launching a new series of collectables which shouldn't draw the same criticisms levelled at its previous campaign.
Some stores, including Bunnings, will require shoppers to wear masks in metro Melbourne and Mitchell Shire.
A kangaroo carer has lobbied Coles to stop selling roo meat and is boycotting the supermarket until they remove wildlife from their shelves.
Shoppers have claimed the change to Coles' payment process has made them now unable to budget like they did before.
Some Coles customers are unable to fulfil their shopping lists – but panic buying is not the reason why.
With product restrictions returning, which supermarkets in what states are enforcing them to curb a second wave of panic buying?
Customers are being urged to remain calm as Coles and Woolworths enforce product limits following a surge in demand amid increased coronavirus cases in Victoria.
People are asking supermarkets to reinstate buying limits amid outbreaks of coronavirus in Victoria.
Shoppers in 88 stores nationwide will have access to the specials after its launch was limited to just 28 across WA and Victoria.