Thanksgiving meal shopping is in full force this week, and one grocery store is limiting the number of certain items you can buy as the United States continues to battle supply chain issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Publix shoppers will only be allowed to buy a lower amount of some Thanksgiving Day essentials, according to First Coast News.
“The limits are for all stores in our seven-state operating area,” a Publix official told First Coast News. “There is not a set time determined for these limits, and the list can change to include more items or remove items.”
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The popular grocery store chain told First Coast News that certain holiday staples are limited to two per customer including the following list.
- Canned cranberry sauce
- Jarred gravy
- Canned pie filling
- Canola and vegetable oil
- Cream cheese
- Rolled breakfast sausage
- Paper napkins
- Disposable plates, cups, and cutlery
- Bath tissue
- Refrigerated snacks (Lunchable type items)
- Sports drinks
- Aseptic type juices (Capri Sun)
- Canned cat food (variety packs)
- Refrigerated pet food
If you only like to shop at Publix, you might have to make multiple trips to get all that you need to make your holiday meal.
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