(Starting a new topic, because this info is getting lost under other headers.)
Shoprite in Old Bridge (ok, not quite Monmouth County, but close, and we don’t need another thread!) crowded, but mostly in the front cross-aisle, because they really have no space for queueing. I found most of what I wanted–for some items they were out of the Shoprite brands and had only the pricier stuff (e.g., mac and cheese, whipped butter, many kinds of canned beans, etc.). Produce fully stocked–big piles of cabbages, potatoes, and everything else. Fish fully stocked. No 5-lb boxes of matzoh. (Given that I have plenty at home, not a problem, and I didn’t have to worry about making $50.)
Also, of course, no toilet paper or tissues (other than a dozen boxes of really expensive tissues).
BTW, flushing tissues rather than toilet paper is not a great idea–toilet paper is designed to disintegrate fairly quickly, but tissues are not. Ditto for “flushable” wipes.