Nashville-area grocery stores — unlike so many other now-shuttered businesses throughout the city — continue to operate.

But those operations have assumed a decidedly different approach and vibe compared to the business-as-usual period prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. The signs are obvious: Customers and store employees wearing germ-repellent gloves and masks, aisles and shelving having been decimated by panicked shoppers, hot and cold bars closed, cleaning crews disinfecting on a frequent basis, reduced hours and, of course, a lack of toilet paper.

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