taking care

At Price Chopper and Market 32 we continue to support you and your families through this difficult and evolving time. Please check back daily for updated information.  

Be safe.
Shop alone.

Grocery shopping alone is the best way to minimize exposure for your household. It also makes it easier to maintain the 6′ rule between you and others while shopping and at checkout.

Be safe. Shop alone

ONE is important for the safety of many.

thursday 3/26 – Pharmacy Hours

Effective immediately for our the stores in MA, new pharmacy hours are listed below:

Mon- Fri: 7am-7pm, Sat: 7am-5pm, Sun: 7am-3pm

**The 7am-8am hour will be for seniors only.**



Great Barrington




Main & Cambridge 



Mountain Road 


In an effort to reduce the risk of contamination between teammates and customers, we ask that reusable bag owners pack their own groceries.


For sanitation purposes, we have temporarily suspended our bottle return operation.

We’d like to give a big shout out to all of our store teammates
on the front lines during this unprecedented time. 

We’re all in this together ❤️

Thanks to Jason G in our Glenville NY Market 32 for the photo!

wednesday 3/24 – Store hours update

As of 3/24/2020, all stores will close at 10:00 PM and reopen at 7:00 AM until further notice. ALL stores will pre-open exclusively to seniors and the immunocompromised from 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM each and every day. 

wednesday 3/18 – Store hours update

As of 3/18/2020, all stores will close at 10:00 PM and reopen at 7:00 AM until further notice. ALL stores will pre-open exclusively to seniors from 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM each and every day, beginning on Thursday, March 19. 

An important message from Scott Grimmett, President and CEO, Price Chopper/Market 32

thursday 3/19 – item availability

We are temporarily out of stock on certain items. Certain products may be limited to 2 per transaction.

  • Paper Towels – Limit 2
  • Bath Tissue – Limit 2
  • Water – Limit 2
  • Hand Sanitizer – Limit 4
  • Household Disinfecting Wipes – Limit 2
  • Isoproyl Alcohol – Limit 2
  • Hand Soaps -Limit 4

All Ground Beef & Ground Turkey – Limit 2

All Chicken Breast, Drumsticks, and Thighs – Limit 2

All Whole Chicken – Limit 2

All Boneless or Bone-in Pork Chops – Limit 2

Pasta – Limit 4 packages

Pasta Sauce – Limit 4 Cans/Jars

Frozen Vegetables – Limit 4 Bags/Boxes


Pickup and delivery windows are currently in high demand and may be limited. Thank you for your patience!

refunds, returns & rainchecks

For the safety of our customers and teammates during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have temporarily suspended our refund, return and raincheck policies. All sales are final.

Thursday 3/12 – A Message from CEO Scott Grimmett

The health and safety of our teammates and guests is our top priority please read this important message from Scott Grimmett, President and CEO, Price Chopper/Market 32

Essentials – Prepping for Health and Wellness

Ellie Wilson, MS, RDN   Senior Nutritionist

If you have been to our stores, you know that they are busy, and folks are stocking up on items they feel they will need to manage during this unprecedented time. Given that it is still cold and flu season, it may be wise to include some of the list below on your shopping list. Those with chronic issues like diabetes or high blood pressure should follow health care provider recommendations and check with your pharmacist for personal information.

You may need:

Clear liquids
Broths/clear soups
Clear soda, such as ginger ale
Ice pops/lollypops
Clear juices, such as apple juice
Dry cereal, such as PICS Toasted O’s and Cheerios
Saltines/Oyster Crackers
Tea – tea bags and prepared bottled tea

To assist with managing mild symptoms after diagnosis and limit shopping/promote social distancing if someone in your home becomes ill:

  • Acetaminophen/Tylenol
  • Ibuprofen
  • Cold medicine*
  • Pedialyte/Gatorade
  • Hand soap
  • Cough medicine* or cough drops

*Check with your pharmacist or health care provider if on medication for high blood pressure, or you have concerns regarding interactions.

Follow all health guidance from local authorities and your health care provider. Follow good hand washing and food safety guidelines as we all work together to keep well. We are doing our best to maintain supplies of products in stores, but shoppers could encounter temporary out of stock issues. Please be patient, and we will continue to do our best to meet shopper needs. We will all get through this together!