Nearly 48 hours and 18 inches after the winter's first major snowstorm, local supermarkets say they're stocked and ready for consumers.
Rob Kroll, manager of the on Union Blvd., said that Monday's deliveries came Tuesday morning and that there shouldn't be a problem for shoppers attaining anything they need.
"Just minimal deliveries, but overall we're in decent shape," he said.
On Sunday, Patch reporters went to the local and found that some of their employees were asked to work extra hours because of the hectic crowds. Some customers inside the supermarket said they even left Stop & Shop .
But on Tuesday, John, the assistant manager of , said that the store's inventory is looking as good.
"Pretty much no deliveries made it in yesterday but everything seems to be rolling in today," he said. "We did get a milk in yesterday."
Asked if residents will have trouble finding any of the necessities, from meat to bread, John simply replied, "no, no problems."