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Industry NewsCOVID UPDATE #22: Loblaw begins a return to "normal" in its stores

COVID UPDATE #22: Loblaw begins a return to “normal” in its stores


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Loblaw begins a “return to normal” in its stores

Safeway in Vancouver has soft opening due to pandemic

Walmart Canada is “hiring for all hourly roles”

Toronto supermarket is now sanitizing groceries with Xgermina UV light machine

Meals on Wheels now offering grocery delivery for clients

New socially responsible online grocery store to support local food system in B.C.

Anonymous donor sets up grocery giveaways in the Niagara, Ont. region

Grocery innovation during the pandemic: U.S. store repurposes salad bar into alcohol bar

Costco is no longer limiting the number of members allowed per card in most of its U.S. stores

To reopen, restaurants are doubling down on becoming grocery stores

Shopify rolls out new tools for online selling during COVID-19



Cargill’s North American protein business partners with non-profits to ensure Canada’s resilience amidst COVID-19

Pandemic fallout hits bison industry



Canadian food prices soaring amid official deflation

Province and feds have no plans to pay low-wage essential workers a living wage

Retail Council of Canada releases COVID-19 playbook

It’s now recommended that Canadians wear face masks

Guelph, Ont. man petitions to make masks mandatory in grocery stores

Is staying in the new going out? How the COVID-19 pandemic is fuelling the stay-at-home movement

Pandemic relief support for the agri-food sector: summary of Canadian initiatives


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