Price Chopper says they are limiting customers to purchase one item of all ground beef and ground turkey; all chicken breast, drumsticks, thighs, whole chicken and all boneless or bone-in pork chops. Tops says they are limiting their beef, including ground beef products, down to two packages per customer, as well as fresh pork, including marinated pork, and fresh chicken. The only meat product the Weis stores are limiting is the top london broil which is one per customer. According to the Tops website, they say this weekend they started to put a limit on how much meat their customers can purchase due to high demand until further notice. They say they will be placing a limit of two on ‘Family Pack 80% Ground Beef’ and ‘Family Pack Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast’. (WBNG)- Some stores in the Southern Tier are now temporarily limiting how much meat you can purchase in the stores. Wegmans is also putting limits on how much meat their customers can purchase.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena — Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Bill Schuette and his running mate Lisa Posthumus Lyons made a quick stop in Alpena to have coffee with supporters early Friday morning.The ticket shook hands with a small crowd of residents eager to have a few words with them. Schuette and Lyons talked about a variety issues including the paycheck agenda, border security, auto insurance rates, etc.State Representative Sue Allor and Republican 1st Congressional Chairman Jesse Osmer gave words of support for the ticket who face a tough challenge in Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Gretchen Whitmer and her running mate Garlin Gilchrist.Schuette wants to address a couple of items if he gets the nod on Tuesday.“Eliminate the Granholm/Whitmer income tax increase which was suppose to have been temporary, but it’s been lingering on for over 10 years,” said Schuette. “The second issue is auto insurance rates… you know it’s crazy that we pay $1,000 more than any other state in America.”The Midland native and current attorney general also addressed PFAS and pledged his full support to addressing the problem, aiding local, state, and federal government in whatever they need to take care of the problem.The election takes place on November 6. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Bill Schuette, Border Security, Democrat, governor, Lisa Posthumus Lyons, Paycheck Agenda, Republican, RepublicansContinue ReadingPrevious Local youth gymnastics team ready to fly high this weekendNext Home Owners Should Update Carbon Monoxide Detectors During Upcoming Winter Season