GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Meijer says it has no plans to close any stores, but it will suspend service at certain areas, including meat, fish and deli.
The move will allow workers to prepare those items to be sold in self-serve refrigerated cases, the West Michigan-based company said.
“Our teams are working hard to ensure customers have the products they need,” Meijer tweeted.
Meijer has no plans to close any stores. However, we're suspending service at our meat counters and deli salads so that our team members can prepare those items for sale in our self-refrigerated cases. Our teams are working hard to ensure customers have the products they need. pic.twitter.com/wSG52P2pIs— Meijer (@meijer) March 15, 2020
Stores across the country have been flocked by people stocking up supplies amid coronavirus concerns.
Other stores have been adjusting as well.
Walmart has announced it is modifying store hours nationwide to help employees keep stores stocked and sanitized. Temporary hours, beginning Sunday, March 15, are 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. at stores that have not already modified their hours.
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