As coronavirus infections rate eases, Coles and Woolworths are bringing back a service they had stopped due to the coronavirus.
Coles has announced all buying limits on products will be lifted on Tuesday, removing the purchasing limits on two key items.
It's a suggestion which might anger a few people and researchers have warned could create more problems.
'Environmental nightmare': A Coles shopper has demanded to know why the supermarket would sell individually wrapped biscuits.
Even before the deadly pandemic, customers have been yearning for increased speed and a simplified shopping experience, an expert claims.
'You advertise that it is fresh and ready to eat! I don’t think so,' the long time Coles shopper wrote in a Facebook post.
There are calls for the supermarket to implement the temporary change to prevent contamination between customers and staff.
Coles has announced they are lifting the purchasing limit the product which kicked off panic buying in our supermarkets.
Customers have pleaded with other supermarkets to adopt the new item seen on a local IGA's shelves to make their shopping easier.
The supermarkets have brought in policies to help the elderly, healthcare workers and disabled have staples, there is another group missing out on the basics.