Shoppers will still have to wear masks while shopping for groceries at Publix, despite Florida entering Phase 3 of reopening.
The green aprons, the BOGOs, and those holiday commercials: Publix, the grocery store admired among Floridians and based out of Lakeland, has officially been around for 90 years.
Publix has made about $2.5 billion more in sales because of the COVID-19 pandemic in the first half of the year, a new report shows.
Publix says their initiative to support Florida farmers and families in need has reached another major milestone.
From now until July 15th, shoppers can get a whole chicken tender sub for just $6.99. That's $2 cheaper than the normal price
From now until June 24, Publix shoppers can get a whole chicken tender sub for just $6.99.
There are no limits on the number of prescriptions ordered for delivery; however, age-restricted products, controlled substances and prescriptions needing refrigeration are excluded.
Publix employees are now required to wear face coverings while working until the coronavirus pandemic comes to a close.
This is one of several ways that Publix has worked to keep the health and well-being of its customers and employees in mind.
Publix is now allowing its employees to wear masks and gloves while working during the coronavirus pandemic.
The discount will only be available for veterans, active military personnel, and their families.
Hey, boaters: your dream of being able to sail up to a Publix, load up on groceries, and then sail off into the sunset is about to become a reality.
This is not a drill: Publix is putting their beloved chicken tender subs on sale this week.
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