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These Are the Foods No One Is Buying—Even for Quarantine

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Eat This, Not That! Editors of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 16: If you've been to a grocery store in the past two weeks, you've probably seen people stockpiling food and other supplies because of the coronavirus scare. Sure, people are hoarding toilet paper, but what about fresh and prepared foods? People are gravitating toward comfort food and leaving certain healthy options on the shelf, even when there's no other food in stock.To get a better sense of what foods people don't want to eat while they're in self-quarantine, we looked at social media photos of nearly-empty grocery store aisles. Here are some foods no one seems to be buying, even in quarantine. And if you're not sure what to buy, here are 20 Healthy Foods to Add To Your Coronavirus Grocery List.

These Are the Foods No One Is Buying—Even for Quarantine

If you've been to a grocery store in the past two weeks, you've probably seen people stockpiling food and other supplies because of the coronavirus scare. Sure, people are hoarding toilet paper, but what about fresh and prepared foods? People are gravitating toward comfort food and leaving certain healthy options on the shelf, even when there's no other food in stock.

To get a better sense of what foods people don't want to eat while they're in self-quarantine, we looked at social media photos of nearly-empty grocery store aisles. Here are some foods no one seems to be buying, even in quarantine. And if you're not sure what to buy, here are 20 Healthy Foods to Add To Your Coronavirus Grocery List.

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