Kroger has published a guide that provides actionable
recommendations for retailers, restaurants and food service companies,
manufacturers, logistics and distribution centers and other industries to
consider as they start crafting plans for safe work environments while the
COVID-19 risk persists.
"With nearly 2,800 grocery stores, 35 manufacturing
plants, 44 distribution centers and 460,000 associates across the country,
Kroger has learned and continues to learn a lot while keeping our stores and
supply chain open and serving America during the pandemic,"
said Rodney McMullen, Kroger's chairman and CEO. "As an essential
business, we have led with our Purpose: to Feed the Human Spirit and have taken
extensive measures across our footprint to safeguard our associates, customers
and supply chain. We are sharing what we've learned to help businesses begin to
reopen safely and in sync with their respective state plans."
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