Grocery Store Safety; the Environment and the Coronavirus; Poet Phil Metres

How are grocery stores staying safe during the pandemic? [Thaiview / shutterstock ]
How are grocery stores staying safe during the pandemic? [Thaiview / shutterstock ]
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Grocery stores have become one of the most essential businesses during the pandemic, but are customers adhering to physical distancing orders while shopping? And how is the supply chain dealing with increased demand? On The Sound of Ideas, we'll hear directly from owners and employees about the challenges they face trying to serve their communities. Then, is staying-at-home improving the environment? Ohio environmentalists weigh in. And, we'll hear from poet Phil Metres.
 

Guests: 

-Andrew Revy, Owner, Constantino's Market
-John Zagara, Owner, Zagara's Marketplace 
-Gabe Nabors, CEO, Mustard Seed Market 
-David L. Munnell, Cashier, Lucky's Market 
-Heather Taylor-Miesle, Executive Director, Ohio Environmental Council
-Phil Metres, Poet

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