Thousands of people are lining up for supplies at the Windermere Shopping Center in Durban.
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Tiger brand, a producer of tustic rice, says consumers don’t have to worry about rice shortages because of concerns about food security after looting.
Last week, parts of KwaZulu Natal and Houten faced anxiety caused by the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma, looting and destroying malls, warehouses and other businesses. President Cyril Ramaphosa described the event as a coordinated attack on the country’s democracy.
However, the Tiger brand said all rice supplies were good.
“The Tiger brand supplies enough rice to meet the needs of South African consumers, although the company suffered serious damage to its rice facilities in Durban during the recent public unrest in KwaZulu-Natal. , The measures to resume packing work and implement the emergency response plan are on track, “Tigerbrand replied in writing.
After the turmoil, Albany’s bakery added that it was reopening at a bakery in KwaZulu-Natal and delivering to the stores it operates.
Rice lovers can take a sigh of relief, but some chocolate lovers have a hard time finding their favorite treat.
“For snacks and treats, there are no candy inventory issues and some chocolate product inventory issues are limited. KwaZulu Natal’s snacks and treats facility will be fully operational within two weeks. “The group said.
Some chocolate is missing, but rice is enough, says Tiger Brands
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