Post HERE to Find Gas, Milk, & Staples

Do you know where to find gas, milk, and other necessities in Woodbridge and the area? Post it HERE.

We're all running out of the staples because of Hurricane Sandy. People are getting desperate for the basics.

If you know where things ARE, please post here. Tell us what you got, what's available, the location (an address if possible), and the price (if it's unusual; there are instances of price gouging because of the storm.)

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Sara November 02, 2012 at 02:26 PM
Shoprite has been open for a while. They still had quite a lot of bottled water last night. Running very low on milk and bread but they did have some.
Joshua J. Burnett November 02, 2012 at 04:44 PM
For gas, there's the Wawa on 9 south, the Hess stations on 9 North & South, the Delta on Rahway Ave in Avenel, the two stations on the corner of Green St and St. Georges Ave, and two stations on Roosevelt Ave in West Carteret (may be walk-up only - there was a line of cars when I left home this morning, but not anymore despite a good bunch of people waiting with gas cans).
Bobbie Jo November 03, 2012 at 07:20 PM
Cumberland Farms on King Georges Rd. in Fords just getting a milk delivery. The delivery guy was filling up the refrigerated cases.
OFFICIAL BUSINESS November 03, 2012 at 09:17 PM
For deborah.bell This is for the HESS Corporation they have done a outstanding job on Routes 1&9 north & south sides, they have always had gas and have keep the lines under control for the customers and held there price at $3.19 during tuff times. OUTSTANDING JOB HESS. After waiting on line for 2 hours at (SEIFERTS GULF) Convey blvd rt.35 and being told they had no more gas, Drove by with my wife 2 hours later to see the attends still pumping gas, for friends. Stopped and asking and was told gas is only for friends. Not to mention before the storm they were $3.35 per gallon, after the storm they were $3.49 per gallon, and now they are $3.69 per gallon. To me thats price gouging. SEIFERTS GULF WILL NEVER SEE MY BUSINESS AGAIN.


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