Publix puts limits on broth, cranberry sauce, and other items as Thanksgiving stresses the supply chain
Tuesday 23 November 2021
by Alex Galbraith on Tuesday 23 November 2021 in a 12:24 pm
Publix is placing per-customer restrictions on certain foodstuffs as the Thanksgiving order conflicts with ongoing supply chain issues.
The Lakeland-based grocery store chain limits the following to two items per customer before the holiday:
Canned cranberry sauce
– Jared’s broth
– canned pie filling
– Canola oil and vegetable oil
Rolled breakfast sausage
– Tissue paper
– Disposable plates, cups and cutlery
– bath tissue
Chilled snacks (washable items)
– Sports drinks
– Juices of the sterilized type (Capri Sun)
Canned cat food (assorted packages)
Chilled pet food
Borders are universal in all Publix stores.
The Florida chain isn’t alone in feeling the pressures of the holiday. Winn-Dixie limits turkey purchases in its stores to one purchase per customer. No other holiday items are restricted by the Jacksonville based store.
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