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Thanksgiving is just days away and if you’re headed to Publix or Winn-Dixie to shop for your family feast, be aware you can only buy a limited number of certain items, including some holiday staples.
Winn-Dixie is limiting turkey purchases to one per customer, but that is the only item it is restricting sales on for now, the company confirmed Tuesday.
“Our well-experienced supply chain team continues to update our stocking plans throughout each day to ensure that popular Thanksgiving essentials are available and on shelf for our customers this season,” Meredith Hurley, director of public relations and community for Southeastern Grocers, said.
“We have a purchase limit of one turkey per customer to help all families have an opportunity to enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal this year. We do not have a limit on other items throughout the store, and we feel confident in our ability to provide the essential items our customers need for their special feast.”
Publix had announced previously that it put purchasing limits on certain items because of ongoing supply-chain issues and increased holiday demand. The grocery chain said the restrictions are an effort to “best serve the majority of our customers.”
Publix customers are limited to buying two of any individual item listed below:
Canned cranberry sauce
Canned pie filling
Canola and vegetable oil
Rolled breakfast sausage
Disposable plates, cups, and cutlery
Refrigerated snacks, such as Lunchable type items
Aseptic type juices, like Capri-suns
Canned cat food (variety packs)
Refrigerated pet food