Woolworths Group has invested over $5.9 million in local Indigenous businesses to supply over 300,000 litres of hand sanitiser for its Australian retail store teams and customers during COVID-19.
Consumer panic buying in March due to the current pandemic saw a supermarket giant record its highest-ever quarterly sales growth, whilst another says strict purchasing limits hurt its sales. Read more
Australia’s leading supermarket giant, Woolworths, has reported a 320 per cent increase in the use of its online shopping and catalogue browsing within its app. Read more
Airline staff stood down due to the current pandemic are being hired to help companies meet unprecedented demand.
Woolworths has partnered with a leading Australian food services supplier to support the temporary fulfillment of orders to its B2B customers. Read more
Supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths are hiring thousands of people and opening three new distribution centres to meet the increased demand and logistics challenge. Read more
Supermarket giants are coordinating immediately to ensure consumers have reliable and fair access to groceries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more
Coles and Woolworths have announced it is suspending its “click & collect” and some home delivery services for majority of Australian consumers due to unprecedented demand.
Commodities such as toilet paper and tissues have been wiped off the shelves of leading Australian supermarkets, boosting the demand for stock and sending supply chains into overdrive.
The supermarket giant has announced a new state-of the-art temperature controlled distribution centre in a major Australian capital city.