TRADER Joe’s is making a big change that may surprise customers.
Shoppers are advised to check store opening times ahead of Easter.
Trader Joe’s is changing its hours on Easter Sunday, which falls on April 9th this year.
Shops close nationwide at 5 p.m. instead of the usual 9 p.m.
In a statement, Trader Joe’s said the decision was “so that our crew members can enjoy the evening with family and friends”.
To check opening times for other days of the year at your local store, visit Trader Joe’s website and select ‘My Store’.
OTHER OPENING HOURS ON EASTER SUNDAY
Trader Joe’s isn’t the only retailer to close early on Easter Sunday.
Kroger closes most stores at 5:00 p.m., although this may vary by location. So check with your local shop before you travel.
Aldi is closing all stores for the entire day except locations in California and Arizona.
Customers in these states are advised to check the opening hours of their nearby store using the online locator.
Likewise, all Target stores nationwide will be closed on Easter Sunday.
Publix will also close all of its stores for the day, as it has done every day for the past 93 years.
However, Walmart is an exception and remains open during normal business hours.
The chain traditionally stayed open on Easter Sunday.
Holiday changes aside, many supermarkets are grappling with permanent store closures as shoppers switch to delivery services.
The US Sun has compiled a full list of major retailers closing throughout the month of April.
Even Walmart isn’t immune to the so-called “retail apocalypse,” as it’s closing seven locations nationwide this month alone.
Sprout’s Farmers Market will also close 11 of its underperforming stores.
Meanwhile, liquidation sales have begun at Bed Bath & Beyond amid the retailer’s financial woes.
The digital shopping trend is bringing some big changes to the customer experience, with important differences in price, sustainability and product options to come in the near future.
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