Local supermarkets adjusting hours and more

Area grocery stores are scrambling to meet the demand of the public while following the ever-changing directives coming down from the state and federal governments.  Alex Stodola, the manager of Stodola’s IGA in Luxemburg has adjusted hours and is offering a “Senior & Special Health Needs” hour from 8 am until 9 am for his customers.  He explains the reasoning behind the hour changes.



Stodola adds that the inventory limits change almost daily.



Other local stores have implemented hour changes as well.  Denny’s Super Valu in Algoma went to 9 am until 6 pm daily with call ahead curbside service available.  Main Street Market in Egg Harbor is customer pick up only 9-4:30 Monday-Saturday and 9-2 on Sunday.  In Sturgeon Bay, Pick n’ Save has changed to being open 6 am until 9 pm daily while Econofoods remains open 24 hours a day.      


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