As the Stop & Shop strike enters its sixth day, some of the chain's competitors are seeing increased business.
Shaw's and Star Market have seen a big increase in customers and have had to bring in extra help to accommodate the business.
Some employees are being brought in from as far away as Maine and New York.
Stop & Shop workers (around 31,000 of them) are striking to demand a living wage, pensions, and better healthcare. Stop & Shop says it is offering them a fair deal. Their contract expired February 23.