But there are two new categories that the supermarket giant is seeing a spike in sales with - and they just might surprise you.
The Woolies boss says cleaning products and cake mixes are also in high demand in stores across Australia - proving that Aussies are choosing to clean and bake during their time in isolation at home.
Says Mr Banducci: ‘Two of our highest growth categories this week have been cake mixes and household cleaning products. A lot more kids are baking and parents cleaning as we all spend more time at home.’
He adds: ‘Amazing as it might seem, we are still seeing almost double our normal demand for toilet paper. Just this week, that was over 20.5 million rolls. So despite much more stock coming in, we're still not where we need to be. It is slowly improving, but please help everyone by only buying what you need.
‘With pasta, we have an extra 1,000 pallets a week coming in, which is more than half a million extra packs. It will still be patchy for a while, but we are expecting much more stock on shelves next week.
‘We're doing our best to keep up with the extraordinary demand for cleaning wipes, including securing extra supply from alternative sources in the short term, much of which will start to arrive in stores in the coming weeks.’
The news comes as Woolworths and Coles announce that they’ll now be limiting the number of shoppers in any store at any one time, to help with social distancing efforts.