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At Barons Market, customers are still shopping to ensure their pantries are packed with shelf-stable items, such as pasta and rice.

Shoppers turn to shelf-stable grocery to keep the pantry stocked

While stock-up shopping has slowed, cooking and baking at home and another COVID wave are still driving grocery sales

Food retailers are preparing for ongoing elevated demand for shelf-stable food items amid a persistent stock-up mentality as the coronavirus pandemic continues — albeit at a diminished level from that seen in March and April.

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