Ramadan is here, and supply chain issues are still with us. What does that mean for supermarkets? The Business Breakfast speak to Tom Harvey of Spinneys.
Supermarkets Consumer Trends Ramadan is here, and supply chain issues are still with us. What does that mean for supermarkets? The Business Breakfast speak to Tom Harvey of Spinneys. @heybrandyscott @spinneysuae @tomjcharvey #BB1038FM #BusinessBreakfast #DubaieyeOnOne #FoodCrisis #SpendingPattern #Ramadan #IftarPosted by Dubai Eye 103.8 News. Talk. Sport on Tuesday, April 5, 2022
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