Market Basket board faces range of options ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Market Basket employees continued to protest outside of the company’s headquarters Wednesday morning. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Workers (left to right) Cheryl Taschereau, Linda Flanagan, and Elizabeth St. Hilaire were among those protesting. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Negotiations for Market Basket continue to focus on Arthur T. Demoulas’s offer. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff All 71 Market Basket stores in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine remain open, but the produce shelves are empty. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Employees set up a grill for lunch in Tewksbury. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff The Market Basket board of directors is considering offers to buy the company. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Brothers Kyle Ventre, 12, and Johnny Lecaroz, 6, were a bit weary after protesting out side with their mother. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Associates who are not scheduled to work are staffing the picket lines outside the stores. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Passersby looked in the window at the Market Basket on Main Street in Tewksbury as receipts from other stores cluttered the window. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Protestors yelled at a driver of a Market Basket truck outside of the company’s headquarters. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Beth Mitchell held the trunk open for her mother, Virginial Mitchell, on Tuesday. The loyal Market Basket customers find themselves shopping at Hannaford’s. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff The shelves at the Lowell Market Basket on Fletcher Street were depleted. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff The store in Lowell was out of plastic bags and only had one register open on Tuesday. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff A sign normally advertising groceries on sale was asking for the return of Arthur T. Demoulas. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Julius Williams (left) and Bishop Lawrence Jackson of Christ Jubilee International Ministries in Lowell selected loaves of Market Basket bread for their food pantry at the Merrimack Valley Food Bank. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Regular Market Basket customer Kristen Gobiel and her daughter unloaded from two carts after shopping at Hannaford in Chelmsford. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Virginia Mitchell, who lives within two miles of two Market Baskets, shopped at Hannaford on Tuesday. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe Ronald “Bubba” Eaton, 74, wore a shirt in support of protesting workers as he shopped at the Central Haverhill Market Basket. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe A near-empty refrigerated display case held a few cups of yogurt at the store. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe Styrofoam trays spelled out “Arthur T.” in support of the ousted leader. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe Grocery clerk Tom Glynn stocked shelves with items from a delivery of non-perishable items at the Central Haverhill Market Basket. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe Grocery Manager Michael McGann unloaded a pallate of non-perishable items.