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Sainsbury's first of major supermarkets to stop selling fireworks permanently over concerns for distressed pets




A major supermarket is the first of chains to permanently stop selling fireworks.

Sainsbury's, which has 2,300 stores in the UK and one in Balderton, announced the news on Thursday.

The halt in firework sales comes in response to concerns for distressed pets during Guy Fawkes Night in November.


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