Supermarket giant Sainsbury's said it has decided to stop selling CDs and DVDs as its streaming service has driven sales of its products.A spokesperson said Sainsbury's customers are increasingly turning to music and movies online rather than buying shiny silver discs.
The company said sales were gradually ending, although it still sells vinyl records in slotxo some stores.CD sales have shrunk in the past decade. But it was still worth £115 million last year.Other large supermarkets There is no sign of following Sainsbury's lead,
with the larger Tesco, Asda and Morrisons stores still carrying a large number of CDs and DVDs.More and more our customers go online for entertainment. So at the beginning of this year We therefore decided to gradually Discontinuation of DVD and CD sales
So we can allocate more space for food and popular items like clothing and household items,” Sainsbury's said.The decision is yet another sign that CDs, once a channel for buying and selling recorded music, have long since passed its heyday.