Now that Hurricane Dorian has passed through our operating area, we at Food Lion continue to focus on helping you, our neighbors and the communities we are proud to serve, get back to normal.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding store closings you can contact Consumer Relations at the toll-free number- 1-800-210-9569.
We Care About You!
We remain in daily contact with our national disaster relief partner, the American Red Cross, and we are now collecting donations to benefit the Red Cross’ Hurricane Dorian Relief Fund at the register at all of our more than 1,000 stores.
Additionally, we are continuing to work directly with our local food bank partners so that we can provide monetary and in-kind support to help families in impacted areas.
We care about our neighbors and are happy to join others to help meet the needs of the communities we call home.
We appreciate your support and help during these times of need.
Find local resources and more information on the Red Cross response to Hurricane Dorian
and details on how you can donate click below.
The storm might be over, but that doesn’t mean the danger is. Keep your loved ones safe after the storm by following our safety tips.
Food: When in doubt, throw it out!
Throw away food that may have come in contact with flood or storm water; perishable foods that have not been refrigerated properly due to power outages; and those with an unusual odor, color, or texture.
Water: Pay attention to local authorities about the status of your water supply.
Do not use water you have been told is contaminated. Safe water for drinking, cooking, and personal hygiene includes bottled, boiled, or treated water.
We will continue to update you on stores that have been reopened as we too are recovering and cleaning up those impacted. Thank you for your patience.
Never use a wet electrical device.
If your home or another building has been damaged, make sure it’s safe before going inside.
Keep away from floodwater.
Stay away from fallen power lines.
Get the right safety gear.
Get help with moving heavy objects.
Most importantly, pace yourself. Clean up after a storm can be a big job but be sure to take care of yourself and your family first.
For more details on how to recover safely from a hurricane, visit CDC.gov.
We will continue to update you on stores that have been reopened as we too are recovering and cleaning up those impacted.
Thank you for your patience.