According to Taiwan’s "United Daily News" report, "Have you grabbed toilet paper?" Co
nsumers on Taiwan Island learned that the toilet paper will rise by one to 30% last Friday, that is, the phenomenon of snapping up, the whole family moved into boxes and moved, not o
nly The store is too late to replenish the goods, and the o
nline shopping mall is also hanging out of stock. Some people are worried that the future Diaper
s and adult paper pants will also rise, grab the toilet paper, and then grab the diaper
The people vying for the whole Taiwan toilet paper out of stock, forcing the "Executive Yuan" Consumer Protection Office to convene an emergency press conference yesterday afternoon, stressing that the four major stores have restricted contracts, and will definitely not raise prices before mid-March, and the consumer protection officials will also Will go to the various stores to check the price.
Out of stock also caused consumers to question the owner of the island's household paper "waiting for price and smashing" goods, the industry stressed that has increased production by one to two times, but in the last week's holiday, can not find enough trucks to make up Goods, after normal shipments can make up the "gap."
"One day to make up three goods, or to be spiked!" A supermarket in Tainan said that many people use "sweeping"; and some operators said that they sold more than 1,000 boxes of toilet paper one night before, many people buy it at one time. Five or six boxes were replenished early in the morning and sold out at noon.
Many people simply stood in front of the shelves and replenished the goods. When the staff replenished the goods, even the cartons were too late to be dismantled, and they were removed by the people. The store operators estimated that the sales volume of toilet paper increased nearly ten times.
Chen surnamed Taidong citizens learned that toilet paper will increase prices. The day before yesterday, they visited the major stores in Taitung with their families. They snapped up 30 strings of toilet paper and kitchen napkins. The home was piled up like a small warehouse. Looking at the spoils, he said: "It should be enough to use the end of the year!" One pack is a pack.
In the face of consumer rushing, the city has adopted restrictions on purchases, indicating that suppliers are not selling goods. At present, all Taiwan branches have stipulated that they should purchase two bags per card per day, hoping to meet all members' needs as much as possible, and the follow-up depends on whether the purchase status continues.
In addition to the physical store replenishment to make up the soft, e-commerce online shopping channels have also appeared to snap up, and some of the online mall's brand of toilet paper, not labeled "sold out of replenishment" or "sold out of the air."