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An acute shortage of vegetables and fruit has formed in UK stores

Vegetable counters in UK stores have started to empty. Tomatoes, cucumbers and lettuce are either out of stock or sold with restrictions.

For example, in Tesco and Aldi supermarkets, vegetables can only be purchased for $3. The British government said the reason for such an acute shortage was unfavorable weather conditions in Africa and Europe, writes REN TV.

Many local greenhouses also stopped working. This was due to the fact that electricity prices are still high amid the energy crisis.

The Daily Telegraph newspaper previously published an article in which it spoke about the tomato shortage in the UK. The country hoped to get a harvest from Morocco, but that did not happen, the publication reports.

Additionally, the number of households relying on food banks has increased in the UK. And more and more citizens are complaining about the decline in the standard of living. TV channel “360”.

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