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- Amazon customers in nearly a dozen more U.S. states are now able to use their SNAP benefits to purchase groceries online, the retailer announced on Thursday. Coverage from Sarah Perez.
- Nordstrom’s net sales fell 40% during the first quarter, the company said Thursday, but the department store chain is confident it remains in a strong financial position to work through the coronavirus pandemic, unlike some of its peers. Story by Lauren Thomas.
- Europe’s largest online-only fashion retailer, Zalando, wants all brands it sells use a standardized tool to measure how ethical supply chains are. Reporting from Cathrin Schaer.
Source: Amazon expands use of SNAP benefits for online grocery to 11 more states | TechCrunch
Source: Nordstrom sales fall 40%, but retailer says it has ‘sufficient liquidity’ to weather pandemic | CNBC
Source: EXCLUSIVE: Zalando Makes Sustainability Mandatory for All Brands | WWD
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