British supermarkets are facing a supply shortage of a range of salad and vegetable items, including lettuces, courgettes, spinach, aubergines, and broccoli, due to a poor harvest in Spain and "unusually bad weather".
Customers are tweeting to say supermarkets are limiting the sale of certain items to two or three in stores.
Tesco has asked customers to buy no more than three iceberg lettuces, and Asda said it was experiencing limited availability on a number of salad items, courgettes, and aubergines but would "get back up to full supply as quickly as possible".
Sainsbury's also said it had faced supply issues because "severe weather has affected crops".
People are already freaking out about empty supermarket shelves.
This person was particularly concerned about how to decorate his burger and chips without lettuce.
The courgette shortage has the nation shook.
A lack of aubergines hasn't escaped attention.
And apparently there is an issue with spinach, too.
Tesco, Sainsbury's, and Asda said the shortages were a result of poor weather, and said they would rectify the issue as soon as possible.
Morrisons was also asked whether it is experiencing supply issues but had not responded at the time of writing.
Sara Spary is a consumer business correspondent for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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