Here in the U.S., produce sections in markets seem unchanged, but all those other things you listed are pretty picked over or wholly absent. What I am noting is that people seem to be "panic hoarding" non-perishables. No hard data, as yet, so it's mostly anecdotal, but still... In the U.S., households spend roughly the same amount annually on eating out (and this includes simply getting coffee or alcohol) as they do on groceries. Personally, I find that mind-boggling--even when I was an urban dweller, I mostly ate at home. Still, I do not expect the restaurant industry to recover quickly. Proximity to countless strangers aside, I would expect people to have some reservations about consuming food handled by strangers only moments prior.