As Victoria records spikes in coronavirus, shoppers were seen lining up at a supermarket before stage three recitations return.
Shoppers weren't impressed by the change, which the supermarket claimed was aimed at making the experience 'seamless' at selected stores.
Woolworths and Bunnings employees have tested positive for coronavirus as Victoria records its biggest increase of cases since the start of the pandemic.
The supermarket giant has taken another step to protect customers and staff from coronavirus as Victoria's infection toll continues to grow.
Woolworths' decision to move manufacturing to local shores comes during high tensions between Australia and China.
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.
The shopper was puzzled by a label on his shortcut bacon which read: 'Made from at least 21 per cent Australian ingredients'.
It might only be for $12, but the Sydney man called the complaint department because it's 'not the value here it's the principle'.
The Victorian mum found the creature in her Vienna bread much to the disgust of her daughter.
Woolworths customers appeared to welcome the supermarket's new paper shopping bags – until they discovered where they are being made.