In Gloucestershire, Asda filled the entire corridor with Linux Africa deodorant, while in Hartfordshire, one of them stored refrigerators except for HP sauce and salad cream.
Supermarket China turned vegetables into chocolate multi-packs at one of its stores where shoppers were expecting fresh beans.
Tesco was caught turning to brown sauce to escape the bare shelf as fears grew over the shortage of goods arriving in the UK.
The UK has been hit hard by supply shortages, partly due to a shortage of HGV drivers, while epidemic restrictions and bad weather conditions have affected shipping in China and East Asia and around the world. There are severe effects.
In the latest supermarket fiasco photos shared on social media, people questioned whether what they were seeing was real.
One person said: “It can’t be real, which shop?”
Another said: “Yes, this is our local collaboration. Chocolate is also in the vegetable section.
Posting a picture of the empty shelf, he added: “Actually, I think maybe now is the time to go on a chocolate walk in Sainsbury’s Harpen.”
Others seem to have seen the ridiculous side of the situation.
One person joked on Twitter: “When he said Bridget would be less of a choice. I didn’t expect it to mean that Gloucester would smell especially Linux Africa.”
The other replied: “Replace it with some salad cream and, or HP sauce from the fridge section.”
“At least you have enough HP to add to your chocolate.”
Helen Dickinson, owner of the British Retail Consortium, warns that one in ten has already done so because of rising purchasing costs.
Meanwhile, Britain’s largest chicken producer warned that the country’s 20 years of cheap food was coming to an end and said food prices could reach double digits.
“The day when you can feed a family of four with 3 chickens,” said Ranjit Singh Boparan, owner of 2 Sisters Group.