Coronavirus Update: Grocery Store Workers And Customers Stressed About ShoppingScared, anxious, worried, and stressed. Those are some of the words grocery store workers are using. They fear catching the coronavirus each day when they go to work.
Coronavirus Update: Small Business That Sell Prepared Foods Running Into Difficulties, Resulting In Sudden ClosuresEven though many businesses that sell prepared foods, like supermarkets and grocery stores, are allowed to remain open, some are starting to have a difficult time with staffing.
Coronavirus Update: Due To Crushing Food Demand, Long Island Stores Ready And Willing To Hire ThousandsSome essential businesses in our area are now looking for workers. They say that they think of it as a holiday hiring spree.
City Official: Healthy Food Marketing Effort Has Been A Success In The BronxThe New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on Wednesday was celebrating the success of the city’s Shop Healthy program, one year after it was expanded to three new South Bronx neighborhoods.
Inspections Find Many New York City Supermarkets Overcharging CustomersInspectors visited nearly 2,000 stores in all five boroughs and found inaccuracies on price tags, scanners and scales.
Consumer Affairs Going After Cheating NYC SupermarketsThe Department of Consumer Affairs will double supermarket inspections this year in an effort to prevent consumers from being taken advantage of.
Consumer Report: Shopping & Embedded SolicitationEmbedded giving - when a cashier asks if you'd like to donate to charity - raises millions for non-profits every year, but is it something you want to be asked about every time you shop?
Inspection Reveals Major Price Violations At NYC SupermaketsThe city's consumer affairs department says hundreds of supermarkets were found to have violated tax and pricing rules following a recent inspection.