Canned tomatoes, canned fruit, canned spaghetti, pasta sauce, canned meat, canned beans and frozen fruit and vegetables.
Horsham Coles customers can now only buy two of these at a time, as the supermarket reinstates product purchase limits on several items.
In a statement on Thurday, Coles said: "Our team is working hard with our suppliers to replenish our stores as soon as possible, and we apologise to customers of our Victorian and NSW border stores who may find some chilled and fresh produce lines are temporarily out of stock."
It follows Coles bringing back temporary purchase limits on pasta, hand sanitizer, UHT milk, eggs, rice, flour, mince and sugar on June 24.
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Last week, two Coles workers at its Laverton distribution centre in Melbourne tested positive for coronavirus. This prompted the supermarket to put two-pack purchase limits on chilled products handled at the centre - such as milk, cheese, butter, chicken and prepacked carrots and potatoes.
"Coles is working with the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services to have all workers employed at the facility tested for COVID," the statement read.
"A one-pack limit continues to apply to toilet paper and paper towel at Coles supermarkets, Coles Online and Coles Express in all states."
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