Here’s what Amazon says it’s doing to keep warehouse workers safe from COVID-19

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Facing backlash, the company will offer face masks and temperature checks for staff in all of its U.S. and European warehouses and Whole Foods stores. Amazon is rolling out new measures to protect its employees from the coronavirus outbreak. By early next week, the company will offer face masks and temperature checks for staff in all of its U.S. and European warehouses and Whole Foods stores, and it will install artificial intelligence software to its camera systems to monitor whether workers congregate too closely. Read Full Story

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Why Thrive Market is a good alternative to Amazon for grocery delivery

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With a growing line of private-label organic products—and a mission to make healthy food more accessible—Thrive Market is a compelling Whole Foods competitor. Since its launch in 2015, Thrive Market has distinguished itself as a membership-based online market that offers the kinds of organic, health-focused products that you can find at specialty stores and Whole Foods. The grocer carries more than 6,000 products that fall into hundreds of categories, from pet supplies to pantry staples to health and beauty products, with vegan, non-GMO , organic , raw , Fair Trade certified , gluten-free , and kosher items taking center stage. Read Full Story

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Amazon’s new smart grocery cart is just another step to a cashierless future

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Amazon’s latest innovation in the grocery world is a smart grocery cart, dubbed the Dash Cart. Amazon is intent on leaving its mark on the traditional grocery shopping industry. After buying Whole Foods a few years ago and launching a chain of cashierless grocery stores , Amazon’s latest innovation in the grocery world is a smart grocery cart, dubbed the Dash Cart. Read Full Story

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How the Tesla of chicken hit a ludicrous growth mode thanks to ghost kitchens

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Plant-based Nuggs embraced cloud kitchens as a way to just get product into people’s hands. Now it’s a vital testing lab and marketing tool. Ben Pasternak had a problem. The founder and CEO of alt-meat startup Nuggs had seen plenty of initial buzz and success for his plant-based chicken nuggets, signing on investors that include AgFunder, McCain Foods, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, and former Whole Foods CEO Walter Robb since its founding in 2019. But as of mid-2020, the company wasn’t yet in retail stores or sold in any fast-food outlets. Read Full Story

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