H-E-B ups product limits to combat panic buying

Talk 1370 Newsroom
March 15, 2020 - 2:56 pm

(Talk1370.com) -- H-E-B says its stores will implement new purchasing limits to ensure that all customers have access to products they need.

The company says it's in a good stock position on many items. The limits are there to help protect the supply chain across the state, officials say.

Here's the latest list, released on March 15:

  • Food items 
    • Chicken – 4 units
    • Ground Beef – 4 units
    • Water  – 2 multipacks and 2 gallons, total of 4 items
    • Eggs – 2 units
    • Frozen vegetables – 4 units
    • Frozen breakfast – 4 units
    • Frozen pizza – 4 units
    • Boxed dinners – 8 units
    • Pasta – 4 units
    • Pasta Sauce: 4 units
    • Rice – 4 units
    • Canned Soup – 8 units
    • Canned Vegetables – 8 units
    • Canned Beans – 8 units
    • Canned seafood – 8 units
    • Canned meat – 8 units
    • Dried Beans – 4 units
    • Nut butters – 4 units
    • Oatmeal – 4 units
    • Cereal – 4 units
    • Bread – 4 units
    • Milk – 2 units
    • Powdered Milk – 2 units
  • Non-food items 
    • Baby Diapers – 2 units
    • Baby wipes – 2 units
    • Toilet Paper – 2 units
    • Paper Towels: 4 units
    • Disinfecting & Antibacterial sprays/wipes – 4 units
    • Liquid Bleach – 2 units
    • Hand sanitizer – 2 units
    • Hand soap – 2 units
    • Hydrogen peroxide – 2 units
    • Rubbing (Isopropyl) Alcohol/swabs – 2 units
    • Latex Gloves – 2 units
    • Masks – 2 units
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