ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Grocery companies are beginning to determine reopening plans after Hurricane Irma.
10News is complying an ongoing list of grocery store locations that have opened back up or are anticipated to open. Company plans might change at any time -- many locations still are dealing with power outages -- so keep checking this story for more.
Remember, you're asked not to return any supplies you purchased to prepare for Hurricane Irma. If they're non-perishable products, save them for the next major storm.
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No declared date for reopening. See the company's website for more information.
The gourmet restaurant/market is open.
Most affected stores are expected to open at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12. These include stores in St. Petersburg, Lakeland, Largo, Clearwater, Sarasota and more.
The store openings only are planned, not a guarantee. See the company's website for more information, or check the map below.
- St. Petersburg - Noon, Tuesday, 2742 4th St. North
- Tampa - Noon, Tuesday, 3808 W. Swann Ave.
- Sarasota - Noon, Tuesday, 4101 S. Tamiami Trail
- Walmart Neighborhood Market - 4536 53rd Ave. East, Bradenton
- Walmart Supercenter - 6192 Gunn Highway, Tampa
Most other stores across the region are closed. See the company's website for more information.
Many remain closed; those are posted: see the company's website for more information.
GETTING BACK TO NORMAL | Florida after Hurricane Irma
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