Transport: Wheels in motion

That cold snap in December/January seems a world away now as we find ourselves in August. At the time it seemed the snow would never go away and there were some fears that the weather was going to seriously affect food logistics. Despite this, the British Retail Consortium announced they had found no evidence retailers were having difficulties getting enough supplies to meet normal levels of demand, while supermarket giants like Tesco, Sainsbury's and Asda also all insisted that the weather had not caused them any problems when keeping up with demand.

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