vegetables maybe?,before the price rises.
A Supermarket chain is forced to put lamb and even cheese in anti-theft security boxes
- Supermarket chain Iceland says that it has been forced into 'defence mechanisms' by growing number of HUNGRY shoplifters
- The security tactic has been employed in hundreds of stores throughout the UK
Charity bosses are not surprised by a rise in food thefts because food prices are forcing many families to be 'desperate' for food
Crime-hit supermarket chain Iceland, has resorted to using the 'lamb saver boxes', normally used to protect more expensive goods, however with the cost of meat rising they consider employing this measure which triggers an alarm if a shoplifter attempts to leave the store with meat products to be cost effective.
The security tactic has been employed in hundreds of the chain's stores across the UK.