6 Actions Recommended for Food Retailers to Serve their Community and Survive the Coronavirus Outbreak | McKinsey

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This article highlights 6 actions that food retailers can take to better service their community and ensure continuity post-coronavirus pandemic.  Four are urgent actions while two are focused on the long-term.  According to McKinsey, they are:

  1. Protect your employees
  2. Secure business continuity
  3. Get a granular view of local reality
  4. Simultaneously manage demand and supply
  5. Transform your business model so that it is tech-enabled and future proof
  6. Boldly reshape your ecosystem, including through M & A

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