BRITAIN : About 70 per cent of supermarkets in Britain are at risk of closing due to the Covid-19 freeze restrictions.
Recent statistics show that the future of supermarkets is in question due to the change in the buying attitude of the people, especially those who buy goods online.
Non-essential stores in supermarkets have been closed for months. There are about 700 supermarkets in Britain. 10 percent of these are in a completely closed environment. Some supermarkets have been partially converted into apartments and offices.
30 supermarkets are currently half empty. Eighty percent of the 5 supermarkets are empty. Of the 34 supermarkets, only 40 to 50 percent are operational.
Supermarkets in areas including Nottingham, Castlegate, Stockton, Shrewsbury and the InnerSite Center were surveyed. In addition, expansion measures are being taken in the Nicholson area of High Wyhomb, Maidenhead. Supermarkets are being demolished in the case of South London.Leave a comment