Eaglestone is exempt from Governor's order for residents to remain indoors during COVID-19 pandemic.
March 23, 2020
Eaglestone Equipment qualifies as an exempt business and will remain open. Eaglestone Equipment manufactures and services equipment for companies that are exempt from the shelter-in-place order that are in the food, beverage and electric power generation industries. In order to support our customers who are deemed an essential business in the fight against COVID-19, Eaglestone Equipment will evaluate and prioritize our production schedule in order to meet the needs of these companies. For our customers who are not classified as an essential business, please know that we value your business and will strive to meet your requirements.
Raley’s Chairman, Michael Teel, and CEO, Keith Knopf, announced a one-time reward for all hourly employees. This reward recognizes the dedication team members have shown across store operations and other support services throughout the past two weeks.
Company says its team members are working tirelessly to ensure food supply during COVID-19 pandemic.
March 23, 2020
Hormel Foods today announced a special cash bonus to its plant production team members who continue to work tirelessly to produce food during the COVID-19 outbreak. The more than $4 million bonus will be paid to all full- and part-time plant production team members who have been working around the clock to ensure the company’s trusted brands and products are available during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an historic impact on business across multiple industries in a very short time, including the cold food and beverage supply chain. We spoke with Lowell Randel, VP, government and legal affairs at the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) for a snapshot of how the cold chain is adjusting to the new norm, and also to dispel certain myths surrounding the country’s food supply and ability to replenish inventory.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has food and beverage processors scrambling to ensure their employees are safe, their operations are uninterrupted and their supply chains are intact. Here's a look at how one company is handling the situation.
Here at Tillamook, our hearts go out to those who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As farmers and food producers, we have always been proud of the role we play in helping to bring food to people’s tables. Our dedication to that responsibility holds true more than ever in times of crisis. We continue to monitor the COVID outbreak closely and are carefully following guidance from local and national health officials. As we learn more, we adjust the way we do business and continue to prioritize the health and safety of our employees and all our fans who love Tillamook products in every decision we make.
Brookshire Grocery Co. (BGC) is giving their almost 14,000 employees a special bonus in appreciation for their outstanding effort and service over the past month. The discretionary bonus is equivalent to up to one half week’s pay for active employees.
H-E-B, in partnership with Favor Delivery, will launch a simple, low-cost solution that gives seniors access to their very own personal shopper by phone, allowing them to get essential food and supplies delivered to them, while remaining in the comfort and safety of their home.