If you’ve been to the grocery store lately you understand the gravity of the situation we’re in. People are buying items in bulk causing shortages all over America, especially big stores like H-E-B. Because of nationwide shortages on food, cleaning supplies, and more H-E-B has no enforced a “limit list” on items you can buy in their stores, according to these photos posted on Reddit by user chicagodads.

This list of items is strictly for Houston and may vary across different cities. It could also change by the day as supply and demand changes, so please be aware.

 

List of items that H-E-B has placed a limit on:

  • Frozen pizza – 3 per transaction
  • Disinfecting and anti-bacterial sprays – 4 per transaction
  • Hand sanitizer- 4 per transaction
  • Hand soap – 4 per transaction
  • Rubbing alcohol / wipes – 4 per transaction
  • Latex gloves – 4 units per transaction
  • Chicken – 2 per transaction
  • Ground beef – 2 per transition
  • Toilet paper – 2 units per transaction
  • Paper towels – 4 units per transaction
  • Water – 2 multipacks per transaction
  • Baby water – 2 gallons per transaction
  • Eggs – 4 per transaction
  • Pasta – 4 per transaction
  • Pasta sauce – 4 per transaction
  • Rice – 4 per transaction
  •  Canned vegetables – 12 per transaction
  • Canned beans – 6 per transaction
  • Dried beans – 4 per transaction
  • Bread – 4 per transaction
  • Milk – 4 transaction
  • powdered milk – 2 per transaction
  • Hand soap – 4 per transaction
  • Hydrogen peroxide- 4 units per transaction
  • Rubbing alcohol / wipes – 4 units per Transaction
  • Face mask – 2 units per transaction
  • Latex gloves – 4 units per transaction

 

All Central Market stores will limit the number of transactions on the following:

  • Toilet paper – 2 units per transaction
  • Paper towel – 2 units per transaction
  • Water gallons and multipacks – 2 units per transaction
  • Single bottle water – 6 units per transaction
  • Eggs – 4 units per transaction
  • Pasta – 4 units per transaction
  • Pasta sauce – 3 units per transaction
  • Rice – 4 units per transaction
  • Canned soup – 4 units per transaction
  • Canned vegetables – 4 units per transaction
  • Canned beans – 4 units per transaction
  • Dried beans – 4 units per transaction
  • Bread – 4 units per transaction
  • Milk – 4 units per transaction
  • Powdered milk – 2 units per transaction
  • Ground meat – 2 units or 2 pounds per transaction

 

If you know of any other items that H-E-B has on their limit list, please comment below.

Remember, you can get groceries delivered right to your door so you don’t even have to leave the house with services like Instacart, Favor, and others.