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Baxter/Brainerd Cub Foods is changing its hours to 6:00 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day until further notice to clean the store and restock shelves. The Cub Stores also ask customers to consider the first hour of shopping (6:00–7:00 a.m.) be reserved for the elderly, immunocompromised, healthcare staff, and first responders. Cub Foods will continue to get regular shipments of food. As of today, meat and produce are sitting well-stocked. The store should be fully stocked by Saturday once staff has time to restock shelves. The only product with limit quantity is toilet paper.

Super One Foods is closing at 9:00 p.m. everyday until further notice. Super One also asks customers to consider the first hour of shopping (6:00–7:00 a.m.) be reserved for the elderly, immunocompromised, healthcare staff, and first responders. Super One has overall been able to keep up with demand. Two more shipments will be coming this week. There are limited quantities on toilet paper, but not on most other grocery items.

Baxter Walmart recently moved to reduced hours of operation. Baxter Walmart will be open 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily until further notice. The reduced hours will help ensure associates can clean and stock shelves. Associates are working as fast as possible to keep shelves stocked.

Costco is retaining its normal business hours. Over the last few days, Costco is catching up on stocking shelves. They continue to get regular shipments. As shoppers enter the store, they’ll see a sign that will alert shoppers to items that are running low, items that are out, and limited quantity items.


Reeds Market is continuing its regular hours for the foreseeable future. The deli also will have regular service hours.

Starting March 18, Reeds Market requests that customers respect its request for the opening hour (7:00 to 8:00 a.m.) each day be reserved for shoppers who are high risk for severe illness, including older adults and those who are immunocompromised.


Schaefer’s Foods is continuing its regular hours. The deli is open for to-go orders, but the dine-in option is closed. Schaefer’s received a shipment of produce on March 18. They currently are stocked with produce and meats. They should get another shipment in on Friday, March 20. Suppliers indicated that they would be limiting quantities on some items, like toilet paper, to help meet demand. 

Pequot Lakes

Pequot Lakes SuperValu is open during its normal hours. The deli is open except for the self-serve stations and to dine-in. Pequot Lakes SuperValu is working tirelessly to keep shelves stocked. They received a delivery today (March 18) and should receive another delivery on Friday, March 20. Pequot Lakes Supervalu is asking customers to limit quantities on items, including milk, juices, canned goods, and toilet paper.

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