Self Raising Flour 1.5kg
Have you been cooking up a storm in the kitchen while in lockdown? Perhaps you've baked some delicious bread, cakes or biscuits?
Well, you're not the only one. Flour - a key baking ingredient - has been flying off the shelves as more and more of us are getting into the home-baking trend.
This has led to shortages of flour on supermarket shelves and other retailers.
The National Association of British and Irish Millers (Nabim) says the industry is "working round the clock", milling flour 24 hours a day, seven days a week to double their flour production - but is still struggling to meet demand.
Alex Waugh, director general of Nabim, says the issue isn't being able to make enough flour - but the lack of capacity to pack it into small bags for supermarkets.
Only around 4% of UK flour is sold through shops and supermarkets. The rest is produced in bulk and delivered to bakeries or other food manufacturers.
We have however managed to source a high-quality flour and re-pack into smaller 1.5kg bags.