Stop panic shopping! This video of the H-E-B warehouse shows fully stocked shelves

Officials for H-E-B say there’s no need to panic, and customers should shop as they normally would.

Empty shelves at H-E-B stores have been the result of panicked shoppers, not a product shortage.

Additionally, with a higher demand for curbside orders being placed online, store workers haven’t been able to restock shelves given how often purchases are being made in-store.

In a statement online, officials for H-E-B say “Texans must continue to prepare, but panic does not promote progress.”

Here are the purchasing limits, updated as of March 19:

Food Items

  • Chicken – 4 items
  • Ground Beef – 4 items
  • Ground turkey – 4 items
  • Water multipacks – 2 items
  • Water gallons – 2 items
  • Baby formula – 2 items
  • Eggs – 2 items
  • Frozen vegetables – 4 items
  • Frozen potatoes – 4 items
  • Frozen breakfast – 4 items
  • Frozen pizza – 4 items
  • Boxed dinners – 8 items
  • Pasta – 4 items
  • Pasta Sauce: 4 items
  • Rice – 4 items
  • Canned Soup – 8 items
  • Canned Vegetables – 8 items
  • Canned Beans – 8 items
  • Canned seafood – 8 items
  • Canned meat – 8 items
  • Dried Beans – 4 items
  • Nut butters – 4 items
  • Oatmeal – 4 items
  • Cereal – 4 items
  • Bread – 4 items
  • Milk – 2 items
  • Powdered Milk – 2 items

Non-food items


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