Grocery Stores Are Portioning out Flour From Industrial-Sized Bags to Deal With Increasing Demand

By David K. Li

SOURCE: Albertsons Companies


Supermarkets across the U.S. have been packing their own flour to feed the need of Americans.

For example, national chain Albertsons has given the OK for stores to portion out flour from their own supply.

Read the full story on NBC News.


Learn more about how Albertsons Companies is responding to the pandemic on our Helping You Through COVID-19 website.

Tweet me: .@Albertsons stores are working to keep supplies like flour on-shelf during the #COVID19 pandemic by repackaging industrial-sized bags of flour from restaurants and their own supply chain into smaller bags for customers to use at home

KEYWORDS: Albertsons Companies, Albertsons, COVID-19

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