Corowa IGA's Craig Waldron said supply issues are less pronounced at independent supermarkets

Sophie Boyd
Ellen Ebsary
By Sophie Boyd, and Ellen Ebsary
Updated January 7 2022 - 8:10am, first published 4:47am
SUPPLY: Corowa IGA manager Craig Waldron. Independents supermarkets are faring better than the giants but are still facing staff shortages. Picture: MARK JESSER

Supermarket giants are struggling to stock shelves with COVID and isolation requirements leading to staff shortages in distribution warehouses and the trucking industry.

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Sophie Boyd

Digital journalists with The Border Mail.

Ellen Ebsary

Ellen Ebsary

Journalist

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