List of grocery stores closing due to hurricane
UPDATED Tuesday 9/18: There are still many major grocery, big box and drug stores in the WRAL viewing area that are closed due to flooding and power outages (including some in Pittsboro, Fayetteville, Pembroke and more). Read on for the current list of specific stores that are closed on Tuesday, 9/18.
Please keep in mind that even if your store is open, they may be very low on stock as it is difficult and unsafe to get trucks in to some areas.
As flooding continues, more stores may close today, 9/18, and in the coming days, so be sure to check the grocery store websites for the most current information on store closures.
An updated (and constantly updated) list of the Aldi stores that are closed can be found at www.aldi.us.
As of Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 8:30 am, the following update was made on the Aldi website:
From the Carlie C’s Facebook page on Tuesday, 9/18: “Roseboro got power back so we should be open today! Cedar Creek in Fayetteville is in the evacuation zone and will be closed today.”
The rest of their stores are open and they are working on getting trucks to the damaged areas to restock.
They have been updating the status of their stores on their Facebook page.
There are still many Food Lion stores closed in NC on Tuesday, 9/18, due to flooding and accessibility concerns.
An updated list of the Food Lion stores that are closed in NC, SC and VA can be found at www.foodlion.com/customer-service/storm-center.
The following Harris Teeter store is closed as of 9/18/18:
In addition, there are a number of stores on modified hours in Fayetteville, Goldsboro, New Bern, Wilmington, Hampstead, Morehead City and more. See the list of hours for these stores at HarrisTeeter.com.
An updated list of the Harris Teeter stores that are closed can be found at HarrisTeeter.com.
As of Monday, September 17th, the following Lidl stores are temporarily closed:
An updated list of the Lidl stores that are closed can be found at their website.
A number of Publix stores in the viewing area have adjusted store hours including the store in Fayetteville. The hours on 9/18 for the Fayetteville Publix on Raeford Rd (in the Tallywood Shopping Center) are 7 am - 7 pm and the pharmacy is closing at 7 pm.
See the full list of Publix store closings and adjusted hours at Publix.com.
According to their website: “As of Monday, Sept. 17, all Target stores in the area have reopened to serve our guests.” See the details on their their corporate website.
Walgreens has temporarily closed a number of stores in and around the Triangle and throughout the state as of Tuesday, 9/18.
According to their website, stores in Pittsboro, Fayetteville, Roseboro and more have close temporarily.
See the updated list of closures at Walgreens.com.
As of 9/18 at 6 am, Walmart and Sam’s Club still have many stores closed in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia including stores in Fayettevillle, Hope Mills, Lumberton, Pembroke, Spring Lake, Swansboro, Wallace and more.
An updated list of the stores that are closed can be found at Walmart.com.
As of Monday, 9/17, all Triangle Whole Foods stores (and other NC stores) are open and back to normal business hours other than Wilmington. The Wilmington store will be open 9am-5pm on Tuesday, 9/18/18.