“A rush in the shops”. This is how the researcher at the NielsenlQ Institute, Myriam Qadi, qualifies the behavior of the French and even of the Europeans after the start of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. She explains in the columns of 60 million consumers that these are expenses in particular made on basic necessities, found in supermarkets.
However, she noted, “At the beginning of March, there was an abnormal sales phenomenon, with an availability rate which began to decrease”. Because greater demand requires a larger stock, which French reserves may find it difficult to support.
In addition, does the supply chain still have to be able to follow… Indeed, the war comes to stop the transport of certain goods, further weakening a system already weakened by the pandemic, informs the media Capital.
It’s a whole process that is repeated every week, according to her: “The shelves are restocked on Monday or Tuesday. But on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, we are in a pattern of total rupture in store.
According to Myriam Qadi, certain foodstuffs are going to be increasingly difficult to find… It will therefore theoretically be necessary to say goodbye to some of your recipes, which are nevertheless so adored, at least for a while.
Because for the moment, these foods are not yet at a critical supply threshold. Planet produced the slideshow below based on data collected from 60 million consumers and Marianne. It presents the dishes that are increasingly difficult to prepare because of current or future shortages affecting the food sector.