Super One Foods making adjustments due COVID19

MARQUETTE — Grocery stores all around the United States have been affected by the COVID19 situation, but some aren’t letting it affect business.

Super One Foods has been taking multiple steps to ensure that their customers are safe and still getting the items they need.

Signs and sneeze guards have been put up to protect employees and remind people about social distancing.

“This is an unfolding thing every day and you try to adjust the best way you can,” said Robert Delongchamp, District Manager at Super One Foods. “The bottom line is, and think this is for anybody, we all need to stay safe and we’re going to continue to strive our very best to make sure our employees and customers through this. Carts are all sanitized at the end of every day and throughout the whole day, we have somebody out there cleaning and sanitizing.”

Super One has also been reserving the hours of 6AM to 8AM for customers who are at higher risk of illness; such as senior citizens, expectant mothers, and people with underlying health conditions or compromised immune systems.