Yeast, baking powder and spiral hams were big hits in America's shopping carts last week.
As the country settles in — possibly for the long haul — under stay-at-home orders, baking projects appear to be a common distraction, while panic purchasing of some products seems to be subsiding.
Sales are still up significantly compared to a normal week. And shelf-stable foods, meats, produce and snacks are all flying off shelves at unusual rates.
But for many products, the remarkable sales spikes from early March have started to subside.