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IGA retailers are keeping shelves stocked by:
Adjusting store hours to allow for restocking.
Placing purchase limits on low-inventory, high-demand items.
Managing expectations through in-store signage and social media posts updating customers on what products are available and when more will be available.
Working closely with suppliers to identify local manufacturers and producers of key essential products.
Partnering with other sectors experiencing a decline in demand such as food service.
IGA Retailer Examples
Adjusting Store Hours
2. Placing limits on purchases
3. Managing shopper expectations
4. Partnering with local manufacturers and producers
5. Partnering with other sectors experiencing a decline in demand
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