Wall Township Acme receives supplies, almost immediately emptied amid coronavirus outbreak

Many supermarket shelves across New Jersey, including Wall Township, have been emptied in the past couple of days amid the coronavirus outbreak.

News 12 Staff

Mar 13, 2020, 2:39 PM

Updated 1,530 days ago

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Many supermarket shelves across New Jersey, including Wall Township, have been emptied, then stocked, then emptied again in the past couple of days amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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In Wall Township early this morning, the 24-hour Acme on Route 35 received a fresh shipment of supplies and employees were re-stocking shelves.
For those who got out early, they were able to get some of the necessities they were looking for, unfortunately, not hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol, but certainly other much needed products.
At last check, the toilet paper is gone from the Acme.
Acme management says it is doing its best to replenish as quickly as possible. At this point, they are limiting in demand products to five each. They are still receiving daily shipments, but they often vary.
Management also says they are having the store cleaned and disinfected more often than usual.
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