Stew Leonard’s stocks up for Thanksgiving shoppers

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A popular Yonkers grocery store is officially stocked and prepared for the “Super Bowl of Shopping,” also known as Thanksgiving.

Stew Leonard’s says that an incredible amount of planning goes into preparing for the busy week. Aisles of farm fresh are typically packed two days before Thanksgiving.

The chain is expected to sell more than 70,000 turkeys this week alone.

Janine Arceri, of Ardsley, is one of hundreds sprinting towards the finish line after checking off items on her shopping list for the big Thanksgiving feast.

"A 13 pounder," says Arceri, about a potential turkey. "Thirteen this year should be right, and that’s not a hard turkey to cook."

She says her thanksgiving feast will be pricey, but she’s thankful for the moments the feast will bring.

"I’m thankful for the fact that I have a nice family, that we are all healthy," says Arceri.

News 12’s Nadia Galindo was told Stew Leonard’s chefs make enough gravy to fill an entire swimming pool and enough pies to go the length of 97 football fields.

With the season of giving thanks in session, view several recalled items below:

Breakstone’s Cottage Cheese
16 oz, 24 oz, Best by date: Dec. 10, 2019
Potential presence of pieces of red plastic and metal

Romaine lettuce from Salinas, California
Linked to E. coli outbreak

Cheese Nips
11 oz boxes
Potential presence of small food-grade yellow plastic pieces

Blackberries from the Fresh Thyme chain of grocery stores

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