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Grocery Business has been covering how the industry has been managing the COVID-19 crisis. In the course of the past month, grocery retailers and suppliers have ramped up measures to safeguard employees and consumers.

As the crisis continues to unfold, we bring you more developing stores on how grocers and suppliers are continuing to protect grocery frontline workers, customers and the Canadian food supply chain.

Share your stories with the Grocery Business community. Contact editorial director Mary Scianna at [email protected].

Loblaw supports employee on COVID-19 military mission

Paper or plastic? Grocery stores have different pandemic approaches

People out of work in pandemic connect with supermarkets eager for new hires

GroceryHero Canada connects volunteer shoppers with medical workers in need

Ontario grocery delivery business sees huge increase in demand

Walmart has expanded its lead in grocery during the coronavirus shutdown

 

SUPPLY CHAIN DEVELOPMENTS

NL wholesaler Atlantic Grocery Distributors says supply chain strong despite some rising food prices

Chicken Farmers of Canada to shrink national flock by 12% as coronavirus takes toll on Canada's food supply chain

Food supply in danger without Ottawa's help: farmers

Mondelez Canada donates $650,000+ in snacks to Montreal food bank

Kraft Peanut Butter launches 'Stick Together for Small Businesses' campaign

Turkey farmers, processors donate funds to vulnerable communities

Ontario chicken farmers: Delivering 'chicken as usual' for consumers and food banks

 

BUSINESS INSIGHTS

WATCH: Alarming simulation shows how a single cough can spread particles through a grocery store

RBC report reveals realtime look at how Canadians are spending their money in the coronavirus crisis - and it's shocking

COVID-19 is changing the grocery business

Robots are cleaning grocery store floors during the coronavirus outbreak

How to stop a looming food crisis

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