Today’s Top Talk
- Food stamp recipients in Illinois cannot buy groceries online to stay safe as USDA has long required customers using food stamps to pay for purchases at the time and place of sale. Story by Ally Marotti.
- Lowe’s Companies is doubling down on its in-store social distancing measures during the COVID-19 crisis with an employee app to monitor foot traffic. Coverage from Marianne Wilson.
- Publix Super Markets Inc. says it has no plans to impose a companywide limit on the number of customers allowed in its stores at one time. Story by Ashley Gurbal Kritzer.
Source: Shoppers are buying groceries online to stay safe during the pandemic, but Illinois’ 1.8 million food stamp recipients — who advocates say are at greater risk — can’t, thanks to red tape | Chicago Tribune
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