“It's typical for when you have a snowstorm coming in,” he said.
At the Quail Springs Super Target, shoppers hurriedly filled carts with groceries, and workers replenished items dwindling from store shelves. Checkout lines were each four to five carts long.
Crest grocery stores, too, were busy. Operations Manager Dale Brooks said shoppers were loading up on necessities including water, milk, eggs, bread and snacks.
With Monday being the last day of the month, it was a difficult time for people living paycheck-to-paycheck to stock up on groceries, he said. But they were doing what they could.
“No one wants to be stuck at home without food,” he said.
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