Sunday, February 16, 2020

A few pictures of the NSAID shelves at Walmart

Photos of the shelves that hold NSAID like ibuprofen, aspirin, acetaminaphen and naproxin.

Picture taken at 8:00 AM Sunday, Feb 16 in Lansing, Michigan.

I don't know what the stocking rotation is but I did not expect to see the shelves this picked-over.

Acetaminophen (Tylenol) was one of the high-runners.
Naproxen was the other high-runner. Ibuprofen and aspirin still available in large amounts.
This kind of post is more of a curiosity than hard data. It could be the start of hoarding. It could be hiccups in Just-in-Time inventory. It could be a sign of a brutal flu season or of a third-shift shelf stocker calling in sick.

1 comment:

  1. A week ago I notice certain items missing at Kroger a large chain. I chalked it up to general suffering from the regular flu. If there is such thing as "regular flu".


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