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Supply chain crisis: Mum-of-seven children speaks out about moment she cried in Coles


A mother-of-seven has told of the moment she broke down in tears after purchase restrictions stopped her from buying enough meat to feed her family at Coles.

The mum said a staff member intervened as she tried to buy three five-packs of sausages from her local Coles in Port Macquarie on the mid-north coast.

The supermarket on Tuesday limited customers to buying two packets of sausages each amid the latest Omicron Covid outbreak. 

Supply chain disruptions have led to empty shelves in Woolworths and Coles stores across the country, as truck drivers and other essential workers are struck down by the virus.


She called on NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet for help, who also has seven children. Pictured is Dominic’s wife Helen and five of the couple’s seven children

Supermarket shelves across the country have been left empty as supply chain issues bite

‘Hey Dom Perrottet, I cried at Coles yesterday as the staff member said I had to put back sausages due to the buying limit,’…



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