Grocery store in China

Bruce Hu, Writer

In early April, the outbreak in China began to gradually improve, and many workers began to return to work. Many grocery stores are reopening. Food and epidemic prevention have become two major concerns of the people. Basic living supplies such as instant noodles, bread and hot meals are in short supply. In other words, even though the number of customers has decreased, the unit price has increased, because everyone is buying more than at the same time last year.

Food and hygiene products are always the best sellers in supermarkets.

But that’s not to say convenience stores aren’t innovating on their own. To reduce the number of people going out, grocery stores also provide delivery service, each delivery list is marked staff and delivery personnel temperature of 37.3 degrees below, to ensure the safety of people.