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Month: March 2020

UK supermarkets ease coronavirus shopping restrictions | Business

Several supermarkets have loosened purchasing restrictions designed to prevent stockpiling during the coronavirus outbreak, as Tesco announced it could handle an extra 120,000 online orders per week. Aldi, Morrisons and Waitrose relaxed their policies on Tuesday, while Lidl removed quantity controls on all groceries except toilet paper. In a letter to its customers, the Lidl …

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Now is the time for businesses to think about innovation

Serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk says businesses should begin to innovate in this time of crisis by thinking outside of current strategies and concepts that have always been available. Mary Stevens | CNBC As we navigate through this current landscape and uncharted waters amid coronavirus, a lot of businesses are going to find themselves in challenging …

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Why is Instacart making its contract workers risk their health to do their job? | Sarah Polito | Opinion

These days, simply leaving your home to buy food is a gamble. That’s why countless people are calling services like Instacart, which delivers groceries, to spare them a trip to the supermarket. I’ve been an Instacart shopper for nearly two years in the Newark/New York area and I’ve never experienced such stress, chaos and craziness. …

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From Flipkart to Uber, startups unite to deliver essentials, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: E-commerce, logistics and ride-hailing firms are putting in place several measures to ramp up capacity to deliver essentials to customers. These include procuring permissions to stock food at their warehouses, use railway freight to move goods and cabs to enable last-mile deliveries. Around 125 fulfilment centres and hubs of Walmart-owned e-commerce company Flipkart were …

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Walmart to take employees’ temperatures as part of stepped up safety measures

Walmart Inc. is taking additional steps to ensure the safety of its workers and customers during the COVID-19 pandemic, from taking the temperature of workers to one-way store aisles. The retail giant will start taking the temperatures of its employees as they report to work in stores, warehouse clubs, distribution centers and other facilities, as …

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Roundup, Montana prep centers important part of Amazon’s supply chain

More than half of all product sales on Amazon come from third-party sellers who use the Amazon Marketplace to hawk their wares. A lot of these sellers choose to participate in the Fulfillment by Amazon program so they can get Amazon’s coveted Prime label and free shipping on their merchandise. Under this program, sellers ship …

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