Midwesterner here. It’s similar in my city. Certain dry goods – mostly canned beans, soup, tuna, etc. – have been consistently on the shelves, but at significantly lower stock levels than pre-pandemic. TP and baby wipes are pretty reliably available, but again there seems to be much less in stock. Only some of the other big panic-buy items are still hard to find – hand soap shows up maybe once a month. I haven’t seen disinfectant cleaners in months. We have kept limits on a lot of those things as well. I’ve been working in the grocery industry through all of this, and customers shopping in the store have been shopping fairly “normally” the past couple months. Grocery delivery/curbside is still very popular in my area. We are often out of specific brands or flavors of things customers want (a lot of suppliers are only making core varieties of their product right now), but there is almost always a good alternative in stock. The strawberry shortage you mentioned definitely seems odd. Here, sometimes a few days will go by without certain kinds of tomato, or certain sizes of packaged berries, but there is typically always something, at least. Overall it seems like the grocery supply chain is functioning enough for most people to get most things they need, but it definitely has not returned to pre-pandemic standards. If large numbers of people do start panic-buying again, it probably wouldn’t take much to overwhelm the system as it stands.