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January 26, 2015

Where to get supplies during the snowstorm

See where to stock up on supplies

Philadelphians are bracing themselves for at least a foot of snow expected to fall through Tuesday morning. The city has declared a snow emergency, and encouraged people to stay off the streets. So if you still haven't done your part in the mad rush on bread and milk, here's where you can pick up the essentials, as some grocery stores have announced altered hours.

Whole Foods

Both Whole Foods located in Philadelphia will see altered hours. The South Street location, 929 South St., told PhillyVoice the store will be open until at least 8 p.m. Monday and will re-open Tuesday at 11 a.m. The Callowhill location, 2001 Pennsylvania Ave., said in a tweet that it will be open at 11 a.m. Tuesday.


There aren't any planned early closings in Philadelphia. But several Shoprite locations in New Jersey will have altered hours. The Yardley store will be closing at 8 p.m. on Monday. Be sure to check their Facebook page for updates.

Rittenhouse Market

If you're in search of firewood, the Rittenhouse Market announced it's got a full supply. The store also said on its Facebook page that it'll be open during its regular hours.


Trader Joe's

No early closures or altered schedules announced yet, but you can check in with the company website.


There are no announced closures or altered schedules, but you can check in with the store's Facebook page.

Do you know of any closures or altered store hours? Be sure to tell us about it in comments.