30 grocery workers die from coronavirus, union says
Despite social distancing attempts, grocery workers are still at risk for coronavirus, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union says. FOX Business’ Susan Li with more.
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Albertsons Companies – the owner of 21 regional grocery brands in the U.S. – has announced a $50 million commitment to hunger relief in both the District of Columbia and the 34 states it serves. The multimillion-dollar commitment is in addition to previous pledges the company has made amid the coronavirus pandemic and will go through its Nourishing Neighbors Community Relief campaign.
“This time of extraordinary need demands an unprecedented response,” President and CEO Vivek Sankaran in a company statement Wednesday. “The basic needs of many of our neighbors have been threatened like never before.”