A supermarket in Dundalk, Ireland, created a hilarious video to promote their flour stock in the store stemming from fears of shortages and price hikes of the commodity.
SuperValu Fairways produced a mock-drug deal video where, after collecting produce at the docks, the store manager is presented with a large bag of flour and told that it's "good stuff" and that he would "get serious money for that."
The store manager replies: "We're not going to rip the customer off. We're only going to charge 1.59 for 2 kg".
He continues by saying that the store has been successfully supplying customers with bread, pasta and toilet roll, and now they also have flour.
As people rushed to panic-buy items when the country rolled out restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19, flour was one of the items that people feared could face both shortages and raised prices.
Irish supermarket creates parody video to promote stock dispelling fears of flour shortage, price hikes due to COVID-19
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