• groceries May 17

    How the Pandemic May Change the Way We Grocery Shop

    Gone are the days of leisurely browsing the aisles of grocery stores.  Instead, customers are getting used to new grocery store fixtures: Mask-wearing employees, plexiglass barriers at cash registers, one-way aisles and antibacterial wipe dispensers. Some of those will become the norm. Others will fade away as coronavirus cases decline. But many analysts predict the pandemic will change how customers stock...

  • groceries May 12

    US Grocery Costs Jump the Most in 46 Years, Led by Rising Prices for Meat, Eggs

    Prices Americans paid for eggs, meat, cereal and milk shot higher in April as people flocked to grocery stores to stock up on food amid government lockdowns designed to slow the spread of Covid-19.  The Labor Department reported Tuesday that prices U.S. consumers paid for groceries jumped 2.6% in April, the largest one-month pop since February 1974. The spike in...

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