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In the early stages of the coronavirus it wouldn’t have made sense for us to continue to spend on some point of sale material, but there was still a lot of people shopping in a natural retail channels like supermarkets.
Although Walmart is still by far the nation’s biggest grocer, it has recently lost share to mainstream supermarkets, which have expanded sales at a faster pace during the quarantine.
In supermarkets, scan-and-go technology has accelerated the mobile checkout experience — enabling staff to be re-deployed in other areas of the store — and also creates a safer experience for both the employee and the customer.
A supermarket can’t exist without the inputs of mass-produced foods.
I mean, this is central to the lie, really, of the supermarket as a weapon.
The image is that it’s just the supermarket itself that is the source of abundance.
The broader answer is that what makes a supermarket a supermarket is the industrial agriculture system that enables the affordability of mass-produced foods.
In early 2012, Shoprite, the largest supermarket chain on the continent, believed it could expand its footprint in Nigeria up to 700 outlets.
Let’s say you go to a supermarket in West Lafayette, Indiana — which is not exactly a Covid-19 hot zone.
A gasoline station and a weed-grown lot would shortly be replaced by a supermarket.
TIME AND TIME AGAINHENRY BEAM PIPER

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