In these extraordinary times, you've likely already seen some things that you'd never seen before. From people in masks in gloves, to lengthy lines outside stores, the coronavirus pandemic has affected our lives in many different ways. That includes grocery shopping, where nervousness over the pandemic led to people buying certain items in surges and leaving several shelves empty as stores play catch-up with their stockpile. That puts stores in an interesting dilemma, do you leave the shelves empty or do you put something there in place? Well, at one Hannaford location in Maine, they decided to fill those shelves.

Shared on Facebook by Thomas Doucette, rather than an aisle of empty shelves due to low toilet paper supplies, the Hannaford location on Sabattus Street in Lewiston decided to pack the motherlode of Cinnamon Toast Crunch stock right on to the shelves. It's a rather unique sight and for fans of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, it's like a dream come true. And if you thought someone might be playing a trick on us, think again.

via Sarah Marcotte

Here's another angle of the incredible Cinnamon Toast Crunch aisle sent in by one of our listeners. This aisle isn't likely to stick around for long as stores continue to get shipments of paper products. Hopefully in another few weeks, it'll be the toilet paper aisle again. Sorry, Cinnamon Toast Crunch.