Martin’s Super Markets to adjust open hours to ensure safety of at-risk shoppers
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Martin’s Super Markets announced that there will be special shopping hours for elderly costumers who are more vulnerable to the health effects of the coronavirus.
The special hours are from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and they are dedicated to shoppers over the age of 60.
The early hours of the day are when the stores are their most sanitary due to overnight cleaning.
Martin’s also announced that they will be doing away with delivery fee of its “groceries to go” service.
Restrictions are also being imposed on the number of certain items that can be purchased. Those items include bread, milk, meat and toilet paper.
Martin’s Super Markets is one of several grocery and retail companies in Michiana to announce a change to their shopping hours.