There is plenty of baking soda available at Jason’s Food and Living in Causeway Bay but not much flour. Photo: Xiaomei ChenThere is plenty of baking soda available at Jason’s Food and Living in Causeway Bay but not much flour. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
There is plenty of baking soda available at Jason’s Food and Living in Causeway Bay but not much flour. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

After long lines for toilet paper and masks, another item is flying off Hong Kong shelves during coronavirus outbreak – flour

  • Stuck at home, some residents are embracing their passion for baking to pass the time.
  • But searches for the staple at supermarkets across the city have left them empty-handed
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
There is plenty of baking soda available at Jason’s Food and Living in Causeway Bay but not much flour. Photo: Xiaomei ChenThere is plenty of baking soda available at Jason’s Food and Living in Causeway Bay but not much flour. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
There is plenty of baking soda available at Jason’s Food and Living in Causeway Bay but not much flour. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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