One grocery store in Manchester, Missouri, decided their salad bars were looking a bit lonely. So what used to be filled with lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers is now filled with mini liquor bottles, beer, mini cereal boxes and candy.
Dierbergs Markets is a grocery chain based in Chesterfield, Missouri, has replaced the items on its salad beer with beer, candy and other offerings.Read more: CNN »
Here is 12,000 unemployed Americans being robbed by a billion dollar business! American Express is waiting til people receive a deposit then canceling the account & card Leaving us no way to fix this or even just retrieve our money to pay for rent or food Scamdemic AmexBusiness Please look into AmericanExpress stealing thousands of people’s unemployment benefits rn I am personally a victim and not the only one. Hold them accountable
Truly sad At least they can buy alcohol. Been shut out for almost 2 months. CNN btw, a national news source, talking about something a local newspaper should be talking about. I LOVE SALAD. Right. Almost think i could drink and drive right now. Reverse from past. Keep non essentials drunk or stoned, or both. Kinda crazy.
This is national news. What next? Live remote from the drive thru dairy? Well, there s nothing worse than someone who might be a covid-19 carrier to be breathing over a buffet spread. Empty spaces do not make retailers happy. I’ve got to go to the hardware store later. Can you please report what’s going on there?
It's best😻😻 I love it ✌️💃💃 Now I like the “new norm”. Honestly, this seems safer than having open food right now. You can't wipe down your salad before you eat it.
Thousands of sports fans who can't gamble on their favorite teams are reportedly flocking to the stock market instead | Markets InsiderWith no sport to watch live and bet on, gamblers are resorting to playing the stock market for a quick fix during the coronavirus pandemic. That... This explains why the stock market is up and up without any concrete positive outlook. Yup...this describes me. The only difference is that stocks are a game that isn't over until you say so when you decide to sell.
Missouri grocery store repurposes salad bar with mini liquor bottlesA Missouri grocery store repurposes its salad bar to serve mini bottles of liquor. 'The sales are not nearly what the salad bar sales were, but bringing a smile to people's face is worth it.' My local grocery store has limits on almost anything, except wine. Only 2 kinds of meat, but all the wine you can fit in your car. This whole thing sucks for businesses but I’m enjoying their creative ideas Would bring a smile to my face too!
As you shop for the apocalypse, stores are paying a priceTarget, Walmart, Amazon and Home Depot have all reported sales increases during their latest quarters, but said that higher labor and operations costs have weighed on their bottom lines Unemployed people are in their homes, and their expenses will certainly be higher than usual Small businesses are going under so cry me a river
Target's digital sales climb 141%Target's online sales skyrocketed 141% last quarter as the big box chain benefited from Americans shopping in bulk from their homes during the pandemic. But Target's profit last quarter fell from a year ago because of higher supply chain and labor costs. Capitalist problems. Turnover is vanity it’s profit that counts!
Gap rushes in more robots to warehouses to solve virus disruptionU.S. apparel chain Gap Inc is speeding up its rollout of warehouse robots for assembling online orders so it can limit human contact during the coronavirus pandemic, the company told Reuters. A two metre Gap, I presume? And they will never move out williamlegate You aren't getting your jobs back. ubiforward
Pier 1 Asks Bankruptcy Court to Close All of Its Stores for Good amid Coronavirus PandemicThe company's request to shut down stores comes after it was unable to secure a potential buyer Are there gonna be some deep discounts at least? Their shit was always way expensive. So sad. I worked there for a couple years, and we had so many customers who would come in and tell us it was their happy place.