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Retailers

One Way Is the New Way In-Store

To help customers keep to social distancing practices, retailers are converting aisles to one direction.

Retailers

Target to Limit Number of Customers in Stores

In addition to previous social distancing measures, the retailer will now distribute personal protection equipment to employees and limit customers.

The omnichannel retailer is developing robots to aid detection and disinfection amid the coronavirus crisis, and it plans to sell them online.

The retailer gets lenders fully on board, increasing new funding as conditions shift for discounters.

The online grocery delivery company will distribute the free kits, which include face masks, hand sanitizer and thermometers, to its contract workers in the wake of COVID-19.

The retailer will begin daily temperature checks of staff and require them to answer questions before shifts.

How forgiving will shoppers be to a retailer that has failed to deliver on expectations during these challenging times?

Partnering with Amazon and Alberstons, the tech startup turns recipes into shopping baskets for delivery—and back into recipes.

Retailers such as Smart & Final, Schnucks and Rouses are stepping up to support communities during the coronavirus outbreak.

The retailer’s To Go offering, which is back with some restrictions, was shut down March 17 to meet demand in stores.

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