Save-On-Foods institutes shopping hour for seniors
Grocery store chain Save-On-Foods has introduced a new program establishing dedicated shopping hours for seniors and consumers with disabilities. According to the company, the initiative is intended to better serve customers who are most vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus. At 178 store in four provinces and one territory, the hour from seven to eight in the morning will be reserved for vulnerable shoppers.
“It is not business as usual and my amazing team of 21,000 team members has a big job to do as they work around the clock to replenish the items our customers need,” said Save-On-Foods president Darrell Jones. “As always, Save-On-Foods will continue to work hard to safeguard the health of our team members, our customers and our communities. We have never seen times as turbulent and as uncertain as these and we are so proud of the great work our teams are doing.”