Trader Joe’s at Essex Crossing is Closed Today for ‘Cleaning Day’
Posted on: April 24th, 2020 at 5:08 am by Elie
Trader Joe’s at Essex Crossing is closed today for a major scrub-down.
The so-called “cleaning day” was previously planned, and is meant as an “additional precautionary cleaning and sanitization measure” to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Today’s closure is one of a dozen Trader Joe’s locations undergoing similar action this week.
If this is your go-to supermarket, you’ll need to visit one of the others in the area, including Shop Smart, Metro Acres, and Fine Fare.
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