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SN Top 10: Grocery retailers give back to communities to support racial equality and justice

This edition of Supermarket News' Top 10 features COVID-19 articles and followups to America's recent racial unrest as well as news on the cyclospora contamination, Albertsons' public company debut, and FreshDirect's new two-hour delivery.

The coronavirus stories:

  • H-E-B to give permanent pay increases as temporary COVID-19 bonus pay ends
  • UFCW: Over 11,500 grocery workers affected in first 100 days of pandemic
  • Retail, pharmacy associations offer best practices for touchless prescription fulfillment

Racial unrest developments:

  • Cub Foods to rebuild two Minneapolis stores damaged in protests
  • Hy-Vee honors Juneteenth with $220,000 donation
  • The Fresh Market pledges $300,000 to support racial equality

And in other popular Supermarket News content:

  • Albertsons Cos. kicks off IPO
  • FreshDirect kicks off two-hour grocery delivery
  • Giant Food rolls out electric vehicle charging stations
  • Hy-Vee, Jewel-Osco, Aldi bagged salads possibly contaminated with cyclospora

Check out this week's Top 10 slideshow and click on the links for the full stories.

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