It’s a gloomy Wednesday. Help lift this gloom by sharing updates with your neighbors on what you see while out grocery shopping near the Route 1 corridor today. Extra smiles for intel on sanitizing wipes, toilet paper, flour, yeast. You know, the uz. And if you would please include location info, i.e. Costco in Beltsville, Giant on EW Hwy – that would be the icing on the cake!
More Route 1 COVID-19 Resources
- These local garden nurseries deliver to the Route 1 Corridor?
- Family Wellness Tips from Hyattsville’s Dr. Qadira Huff.
- These Route 1 Small Businesses sell homemade face masks!
- Don’t forget – these local grocery stores offer special shopping hours for our older friends and those with compromised immune systems.
- And these local pharmacies now offer free 1-2 day delivery of your prescription medications.
- Need a break from coronavirus info? Read up on Lakeland, the Historic African American Community of College Park.
- Here’s a list of local businesses providing alcohol-delivery and curbside pickup near the Route 1 corridor.
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Misha B shares: “Wednesday Costco just before 10am. Plenty of canned beans, rice, almost a full baking isle (no cinnamon sticks or yeast, no chapati flour), unsalted butter is back, no brown large eggs, lots of paper towels but no tp, hand sanitizer in a large screwtop bottle for $10 on the way in. Ground lamb and some beef sausage but low on meat ? (We don’t usually buy it) but I did see frozen hamburgers next to the salmon burgers. Milk looked good as did most fresh fruit and veg. More commercial masks on faces, but folks not quite as good at distancing than last week.”
Musry shares: “Target @ Veirs Mill Road, Wheaton has plenty of flour, masks for sale, and paper towels”
Maureen R shares: “Was at Whole Foods about 7:30 this morning for the first time since before all this. The taped lines out front were only 3′ apart, not 6′. There was a security guard at a table just inside the front door, and an employee offering wiped-down carts. The one-way aisles threw me at first, only because I wasn’t expecting it.
The produce section was well stocked, but there were enough people in the section that I skipped it. They were still putting out meats but seemed to have a good selection. Shelves mostly seemed to be well stocked but no TP.”
Ralph shares: “Shoppers on Cherry Hill Rd. Alas we’ll stocked with meat, produce, bread, milk. A little light on pasta and sauce. A few packs of t.p. remained at 10am”