According to the official statement by the Kroger, Dallas – As, they will be re-stocking all grocery items within this week to make their customers life easier. Previously, Kroger had restrictions on the purchase, and there are still restrictions on how much customers can buy some products, such as milk, bread, and water.
While, at the North Texas residents who went to the store to replenish their groceries may have spotted some empty shelves after last week’s winter storms. Many people had notices on boiling water or without electricity and dashed to buy groceries when they could.
In addition, Kroger says their harvest fresh food items such as, bakery, and ready-to-eat dishes “look good” in many stores, but are still working on rejuvenating milk and bilateral dairy products, like sour cream and milk etc. Previously, due to weather issues all Kroger stores were empty. There are still sour dry products, such as macaroni, and cheese. Demand for frozen food remains high, but customers will start seeing the norm this week as Kroger works to restock and replenish.
“We expect to fully stock the shelves this week and in some cases two weeks,” Kroger said in a statement. On Thursday, Kroger placed a limit on the number of products customers can buy in Dallas stores.
The current product limitations are:
- Ground beef
- Orange juice
- Fire records
- Frozen pizza
While, these limitations, are only for limited time as they have Shipments accelerate and operations at distribution centers have returned to nearly normal. At one point, Kroger was working with 30% of the employees and there were multiple boil alerts in the many cities we operate in as well as blackouts in the distribution center and multiple stores. Now, 90% of employees are back to work; Energy has been returned to the center and all stores; Kroger said structural damage such as broken pipes had been repaired. Further Kroger said the only current boil notice in the D-FW operating area is in Lewisville. That’s for today! Don’t forget to share our blog with your friends and family in Dallas for updates.