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Crises and no end in sight! The high inflation makes our money less valuable, and logically the prices for electricity, gas and food are rising at the same time. In addition, there are still isolated supply chain problems, certain goods and also groceries are repeatedly affected by shortages at Aldi, Rewe, Kaufland and other markets and discounters.

Above all, eggs as an important staple food are in danger of becoming scarce. That would be a nightmare for dozens of customers, since eggs are standard in every kitchen. But now Aldi, Rewe and other supermarkets are commenting on it – and speaking plain language!

Aldi and Rewe don’t let their cards be looked at

Aldi initially appeased, responding to a query from this editor: “As a basic supplier, we ensure the supply of millions of people with food every day and supply our branches every day with fresh goods of good quality and at the best possible price. Of course, we are in close contact with our suppliers and react to current developments.”

They don’t want to go into the concrete egg problem – at least they seem to be aware of the problem. Rewe also know the problem. A Rewe spokesman explains to this editorial team: “The procurement markets and supply chains are currently characterized by volatility and uncertainties across all products.” Rewe also did not want to comment on the market conditions.

No problems at Kaufland yet

The situation is different at Kaufland. A spokeswoman makes it clear: “Due to our large range, the supply of goods for our customers is always guaranteed, this also applies to eggs. Delays in delivery can only currently occur for individual items.”


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And further: “Our branches are supplied daily, and there are sufficient stocks in our logistics centers. We work closely with our suppliers and logistics service providers to continue to ensure the availability of goods.”

Source: Derwesten

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J. A. Allen

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