Stores discourage hoarding, daily shopping


March 26, 2020

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Cathy Flory, manager of Northwind Natural Food Co-op, sanitizes the register counter between customers on Tuesday at the downtown Ironwood grocery store.


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IRONWOOD - Local grocers are saying product shortages are temporary, and usually refilled in a day or two, while also emphasizing social distancing and reducing store visits to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Overall the staff and community have been great in adjusting to prevention strategies for the coronavirus that is causing COVID-19, said Lawrence Glatczak, manager of Super One Foods in Ironwood. The store is doing what it can to limit shopping on items that people fear will not be available.

"We have disinfectant wipes in today and w...

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