Aside from toilet paper, paper towels, meat and pet food, what else has everyone had a hard time getting from the supermarket?
- WoodrowLv 52 months ago
Just a few days before it happened, I commented about wondering if they'll shut down bulk bins. Now even if I could find most things, I'll have to buy a 1lb bag for $25.
Nuts, spices, croutons, honey, cereal, flours/baking science stuff, etc. I know a hippie store where I can get a 10oz jar of real honey (not the bear shaped bottle of corn syrup for $1.99) for $11. Or a whole box of croutons that will go bad when I just need 7 individuals.
- Nikki PLv 72 months ago
I understand flour is hard to find in many markets.
A friend of mine could find no yeast.
- pattyLv 62 months ago
wanted bolognaise sauce but did not get any
- deniseLv 72 months ago
Eggs, Pasta & pasta sauces, wet wipes, hand gel, ibuprofen, frozen & fresh veg, bread, milk, flour, Well that's when I went out on Saturday.
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- BlessedIsMrsCLv 72 months ago
When our family went to the grocery store, they were wiped out of Ramen Noodles. One store had eggs, another didn't. Bread was a hit and miss, too.
- CaraLv 72 months ago
The last time I went to the supermarket, a week ago, there was no chicken, no eggs, no tins of anything, no pasta, no rice, and no lav paper.
- CliveLv 72 months ago
Bread, and for some reason, everyone wants all the pasta they can get their hands on.
- BurgooLv 62 months ago
91 percent rubbing alcohol, hand sanitizer, most lysol products, bleach, cleaners, detergent, soap
- SandyLv 72 months ago
Canned vegetables, which I usually don't buy but feel I should have some on hand.
One day there were no bananas, then when I circled back around there were a lot.
- hamel5Lv 72 months ago
There's been stuff missing from the shelves, but I've gotten what I actually need.
Once they were out of chicken, but I got it the next day. Couldn't find bleach on a couple of trips
This is more of an inconvenience. The modern system of food distribution has spoiled us and we expect everything to be constantly available.