Retailers increase stocks to ensure supply in all circumstances Customers shop at Co.opmart Da Nang. Retailers have ensured an adequate supply of goods and enhanced safeguard measures to protect the health of their staff and shoppers. — Photo courtesy of Saigon Co.op Saigon Co.op has increased stock for essential goods and taken stricter measures against COVID-19 at its supermarkets and retail stores nationwide, including Co.opmart, Co.opXtra, Co.op Food, and Co.opSmile. Do Quoc Huy, Saigon Co.op’ s marketing director, said with experience gained from the peak COVID-19 period, its retail systems have a clear roadmap for stockpiling as well as measures to cope with new developments. An adequate supply of essential goods have been ensured as well as antibacterial cloth masks, medical masks and hand gel sanitisers, he said, adding that Saigon Co.op’ s human resources and transportation plans have been carefully mapped out to cope with any circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fresh food, fruits and vegetables and face masks are among the best-selling products at Co.opmart’s entire system. In addition, sales of instant noodles, frozen foods and sanitary products have increased slightly compared to the previous week, he said. At Co.opmart Da Nang in Da Nang City, which… Read full this story
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