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Teresa Giudice Is Struggling at the Grocery Store

The Real Housewives of New Jersey mom has been on an unsuccessful hunt for toilet paper amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

By Hannah Chambers
Teresa Giudice Shopping

Like most people around the world dealing with the repercussions of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Teresa Giudice is trying to stock up on some household essentials. Unfortunately, The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member is having a difficult time, and after visiting multiple locations, has been unable to find necessities like toilet paper and chicken. 

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In an Instagram Story, the mom of four shared a few videos from a grocery store, and explained how shocked she was to see all of the empty shelves. 

“Look, there’s no chicken,” Teresa said as she panned across the empty refrigerators. “Are you kidding me?!”

She also took a walk down the aisle where paper goods would typically be, but was cleared out, with the exception of a few packages of paper towels and some tissues. Teresa explained that she had visited the same store the day before, and was unable to get anything then, either. 

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After the grocery store, Teresa stopped by a Walgreen’s, but they were also out of stock. 

Teresa isn’t the only RHONJ mom who has documented the chaos at local supermarkets. On March 13, Jennifer Aydin and her kids visited a ShopRite, where they got plenty of groceries like zoodles, Nutella, and nuts. 

“Oh my god. It is a panic, people,” Jennifer said. “The line is around to the milk department. Mayhem, folks!” 

On the other side of the country, Vanderpump Rules cast member Jax Taylor was able to find most of what he needed. (Toilet paper and Cadbury eggs, obviously.) He also took to Twitter to share some tips for people who were having a tougher time tracking down household goods. 

“Go to remote areas and hit up the grocery stores. That’s what I did,” he explained. “Was a bit of a drive, but I got everything I needed.”  


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