Sainsburys bans firework sales in all of its Norfolk stores
PUBLISHED: 14:37 17 October 2019 | UPDATED: 15:56 17 October 2019
Sainsbury’s has announced it will no longer sell fireworks.
The supermarket chain announced that it is banning the sale of fireworks across all of its 2,300 stores.
A spokesman said: "Fireworks are no longer available in our stores but customers can continue to choose from a range of seasonal products, such as glow sticks and light up spinning wands."
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Sainsbury's said the ban is due to "a range of factors".
The shop formerly sold fireworks ahead of events including Diwali on October 27 and Bonfire Night on November 5.
Sainsbury's is the first of the major supermarkets to make the move.
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