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What people are buying during the coronavirus outbreak and why

Young Man shopping in a supermarket, breathing through a medical mask. RealPeopleGroup In the weeks since the U.S. confirmed its first case of COVID-19, consumer habits have been shifting.  Medical masks, hand sanitizer, gloves and toilet paper have flown off shelves in the U.S., as more people began to look to protect themselves and prepare …

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Dedicated shopping for vulnerable people worked for me | Letters | World news

I am sorry for the people who did not have such a positive experience as I did today (Sainsbury’s dedicated shopping hour for vulnerable people ‘chaotic and crowded’, 19 March). This emergency scheme worked brilliantly for me at 8am at the Fallowfield Manchester store. A young manager explained how it would work, before opening the …

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Sainsbury’s dedicated shopping hour for vulnerable people ‘chaotic and crowded’ | World news

Elderly and vulnerable customers who visited Sainsbury’s stores for a dedicated shopping hour have said they were met with huge crowds and empty shelves on Thursday morning. The first hour of trading at the supermarket’s 2,300 UK stores had been set aside for the exclusive use of those whose health is most at risk from …

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Disabled people cut off from vital supplies due to panic buying | World news

Disabled people are being left cut off from vital supplies due to the coronavirus pandemic, as charities warn of a rising number of calls from worried individuals who are struggling. It comes as Sainsbury’s said it would allocate specific hours for vulnerable and elderly patients to do their shopping and prioritise delivery slots for them. …

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The most vulnerable people are missing out in panic-buying spree | Letters | World news

You report that the environment secretary, George Eustice, has been holding daily phone calls with supermarket chief executives to ensure that supply chains suffer minimal disruption (Supermarkets: Retailers adopt crisis plans, 17 March), quoting a Defra spokesman as saying: “Retailers are continuing to monitor their supply chains and taking all the necessary steps to ensure …

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We have hired 2,000 people due to coronavirus demand

Kroger has hired more than 2,000 people in the last week to keep up with increased demand from the coronavirus outbreak, CEO Rodney McMullen told CNBC on Tuesday.  “We’re hiring every day,” McMullen said on “Closing Bell.”  Kroger, the largest supermarket chain in the U.S., currently has more than 10,000 openings for positions across plants, warehouses and …

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Athletes team up to raise money for people affected by coronavirus

More than 60 athletes are helping to raise money for COVID-19 relief. Source: Octagon The biggest names in sports are coming together to raise money and awareness for COVID-19 relief. Sports agency Octagon has launched a fundraising platform “Pledge It,” to provide a place for its athletes to help support local nonprofits that are most …

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‘I wear my grandad’s old boxers’: meet the people who haven’t bought clothes for a decade | Fashion

When the former Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq told the hosts of Loose Women that she had not bought any clothes in a decade, she was met with consternation and shock from the show’s famously forthright panellists. “You’re not still wearing Blue Peter clothes!” exclaimed Janet Street-Porter. Huq acknowledged, sheepishly, that the lilac cardigan she …

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Here’s why people are panic buying and stockpiling toilet paper

A man looks for products at a supermarket after panic buying due to the Coronavirus. Chris Putnam | Barcroft Media | Getty Images Panic buying has been rife amid the global spread of the new coronavirus, with consumers around the world stockpiling goods like hand sanitizer, canned foods and toilet paper. The trend has seen …

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Benefit Cosmetics picks The Loyalty People for customer drive – Retail Times

Customer loyalty expert The Loyalty People has announced its appointment by Benefit Cosmetics to conduct a full strategic review of the pioneering beauty brand’s loyalty programme, as it looks to assess its consumer proposition in 2020.  The new contract will see The Loyalty People’s founder Pete Howroyd and strategy director Sheila Power work …

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