By Erick Galindo – – Photo: Chava Sanchez | LAist.

Photo: Full shelves at a corner store in Boyle Heights.

Ivetter Serrano spent part of last Friday morning working the register at the Vallarta in Sylmar, California, the Latino supermarket chain’s flagship store. “We did get a big shipment of rice this morning,” Serrano said. “A lot of people were very happy to find rice and toilet paper and water bottles here at the store.” Things are much more orderly now, Serrano assured me. There are limits on items and the number of people who can come into the store at the same time.

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