Kansas City, Missouri 2020-11-20 07:00:00 –
Kansas City, Missouri (KCTV)-Does this happen to you too? Your spouse will send you to the store with a list of things to buy, but after you roam the aisle you still have items on your list that you couldn’t find on the store shelves Is it?
Dawn Buzynski, director of strategic communications at Hy-Vee, says this is nothing new to them. They have been working for months to predict buying habits and holiday shopping with a surge of new coronaviruses.
“At the store and enterprise level, we carefully monitor the purchasing habits and purchasing patterns of certain products in the store and evaluate them as needed to determine if certain products need to be restricted. It’s just to ensure that, there are plenty on every customer’s shelf, “says Buzynski.
When the pandemic began, grocery stores made great strides in grocery shopping on both websites and phone apps, as well as services such as Instacart.
“The number of customers switching to online grocery orders is increasing significantly again,” said Buzynski.
If you’re into ordering online, don’t forget to choose not only the items you need, but also possible alternatives. You also need to check the pick-up or delivery time on the curve side. The final piece of advice for Buzynski consumers is to continue shopping as usual.
“We work closely with our suppliers to ensure that we have enough items on hand to meet all of our customers’ needs, so we do not buy our customers large quantities of high beads items. Then everyone will have a lot on the shelves. “
Hy-Vee is also addressing increasing demand by hiring more full-time and temporary employees. Just this week, they announced 10,000 new part-time positions across the Midwest, including nearly 450 in Kansas City.
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