By Dana Sanchez
Some grocery store chains are re-imposing limits on toilet paper and other items as coronavirus cases spike in the U.S., bringing back memories of hoarding from the early days of the pandemic.
Running out of toilet paper won’t kill anyone, which is a relief. Seeing empty shelves in the grocery store is proof of life, of survival. It’s also déjà vu all over again.
Kroger stores, which operates under different brand names in 35 states and the District of Columbia, are limiting toilet paper, paper towels, disinfecting wipes and hand soap, MSN reported. H-E-B, which manages more than 400 stores mostly in Texas, imposed limits on Oct. 31 on toilet paper, paper towels and disinfecting wipes. The Giant Co. based in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, has about 190 stores across the U.S. and is Click here to read entire article