Chain’s failure to meet 2,000 orders for customised uniforms causes parental scramble for alternatives as term starts

Thousands of parents have been left with a last-minute scramble to buy school uniforms, or been forced to send children back to lessons without the correct clothing, after Tesco failure to keep up with demand for customised shirts and sweaters.

Up to 2,000 customers did not receive their items – embroidered with individual school crests – in time for the start of term, even though some placed their orders up to six weeks before lessons began.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS