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In these challenging and uncertain times, we all need a reason to smile. With a nod to actor John Krasinski’s SGN (Some Good News), WGB presents this week's Some Good Grocery News (SGGN).

Three months in the national spotlight reached a kind of peak this week for conventional supermarkets, as news from the two largest U.S. chains highlighted crowning performances during the coronavirus crisis.

Investments in online shopping and other "moats" of Restock helped the retailer bank record volume gains.

Does an end to one-way aisles and senior hours spell a return to normalcy for grocers around the country?

A new bill known as the AG CHAIN Act would provide a federal tax holiday and a payroll tax exemption for essential employees in the food and agriculture industries.

Spurred by COVID-19 shopping patterns and its ability to buy and prepackage its own bulk products, Natural Grocers reported robust financial results for its fiscal second quarter.

The coronavirus put the grocery industry into the spotlight and under a microscope, in which its workers, operations and responsiveness were tested like never before. A different future now awaits.

In its latest step to assist customers most vulnerable to COVID-19, Walmart has designated an hour each morning for at-risk shoppers to pick up online orders contact-free at select stores.

As the coronavirus-related death toll among grocery store employees continues to rise, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union is calling for the immediate standardization of CDC safety protocols for retailers, food processing facilities and pharmacies.

To help give staff a much needed rest amid the COVID-19 grocery frenzy, the retailer is extending its Easter holiday observance for associates to two days.

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