Supermarket News continues its comprehensive coverage of how the coronavirus crisis is impacting the food retailing industry, and its readers continue to make COVID-19 news its most popular content. By far.
Here are some of the recent headlines, which have links in this week's Top 10 slideshow:
- Coronavirus: How leading grocery chains are responding to keep customers safe and shelves stocked
- Stop & Shop to offer special hours for customers 60 and older
- Two Kroger Co. store associates diagnosed with coronavirus
- Whole Foods, Amazon enact temporary wage hike in coronavirus response
- Albertsons plans plexiglass barriers, ‘appreciation pay’ in COVID-19 response
- ‘No nationwide shortages of food,’ FDA says
- Consumers spend average of nearly $180 on coronavirus-related shopping trips
- FMI, IFDA partner to steer foodservice resources to grocery
There was only one Top 10 article that was not about the coronavirus pandemic:
Costco acquires last-mile specialist Innovel for $1 billion, as CEO Craig Jelinek said the ex-Sears/Kmart unit will accelerate e-commerce growth.
For our most up-to-date coverage, visit the coronavirus homepage.