Saturday, April 11, 2020

Kansas City Copes With Grocery Store Uncertainty Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

A few instances of scarcity and the threat of the virus have reshaped the view of the American supply chain for many locals. Check the overview . . .

The pandemic has changed what grocery shopping is like

LEE'S SUMMIT, MO (KCTV) -- Having groceries is a necessity for everyone and while we now we have the option to get food without stepping foot in a store, that does come with a catch. Most shoppers walking into the grocery store have masks and gloves on to protect themselves.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Seriously doubt a certain percentage of our population will change period. While we go through the motions of not actual sterilization of carts and card readers, really nothing has changed. Nor will some people. I guess a dumb ass that assumes spraying down a cart for ten seconds is going to sterilize would be the same person that thinks we will change.

Anonymous said...

The stores are playing in to people's fears with one way arrows and limiting customers. The more they do that the more some people will hoard and go in daily.

Anonymous said...

11:58, limiting customer numbers was part of Parson's executive order. People rallied around him when he signed it. Let's see how they feel standing in line in the parking lot when hot weather hits.