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Running a Grocery Store in D.C. During an Insurrection

Danielle Vogel worked on Capitol Hill before launching a grocery store. Amid the chaos of the past year and in early January, the grocery community helps everyone get through, she says.

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Walmart Has Closed More Than 20 U.S. Stores for Deep Cleaning in Past Month

In one Texas Walmart, 10 employees tested positive, local officials said.

Just days after announcing it would reinstate hazard pay for its 18,000 grocery workers, Stater Bros. has extended its "hero pay" for an additional two weeks.

The latest Winsight Live with Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert dives into the COVID-19 relief bill and what is missing; GoPuff’s efforts to deliver COVID-19 test kits in 30 minutes or less; a CDC recommendation that grocery stores should be next in line for vaccines; and what two professors of chemistry said about eating outdoors amid a pandemic.

The healthcare arm of Kroger said it would to begin to administer vaccinations for priority recipients this week in Alaska; ShopRite co-op joins HHS pharmacy partnership.

Limited liability protections were reportedly dropped by Republican lawmakers in exchange for Democrats ceding a demand that funding be earmarked by the agreement for financially strapped state and local governments.

An advisory panel has endorsed the CDC recommendation that grocery workers, teachers and first responders be next in line for COVID-19 vaccine access.

California Grocers Association's Ronald Fong prides himself on being a coalition builder. Never has that role mattered more than this year.

Supermarkets were thrust into the spotlight amid a deadly national sickness.

The Lempert Report: The Institute for Food Safety at Cornell University has a new mentorship project designed to help food businesses and consumers struggling with the effects of COVID-19 in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, Nepal and Senegal.

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