Customers who want to buy cheese at Albert Heijn will have a difficult time in the near future.

Due to delivery problems at a supplier, prepacked cheeses are not available at the grocer's.

Customers who shop online are particularly affected by the outage, but a shortage of cheese can also arise in the shops, a spokesman for the supermarket told on Friday.

Due to the malfunction at a logistics service provider of the supermarket, there are delivery problems with the prepackaged cheese, such as the pre-cut slices of cheese for bread, brie and bags of grated cheese.

When the malfunction has been resolved, the spokesperson does not dare to say.

"The logistics service provider is working hard to solve the problem as quickly as possible and quickly restore availability."