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Greeks clear out supermarket shelves of rice and flour and other basic food after 'No' vote in anti-austerity referendum


Supermarkets in Greece were selling out of staple foods today as worried shoppers stocked up on essentials amid growing uncertainty at the repercussions of the 'no' vote against EU conditions to keep the bankrupt country afloat.

Shelves were left empty as consumers stripped them of basic essentials including rice, flour, sugar, dried beans and cooking oil in shops in the capital Athens.

Managers tried to reassure their clients stocks were 'not running out' and proud shoppers denied they were 'panic buying'.



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