Jackson Whole Grocer adjusts to recent health order

JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Whole Grocer has made some operational adjustments to adhere to guidance from federal, state and local agencies. Below is a list of what to expect if you decide to pick up groceries in the foreseeable future.

  •  The Chef’s Case, Hot Bar, Salad Bar, Soup Bar and Olive Bar have been pre-packaged.
  •  Made-To-Order food options are now prepackaged daily in Grab & Go coolers.
  •  The JWG Café seating area is temporarily closed to encourage social distancing.
  •  Cashiers are washing their hands after every cash transaction and they are encouraging customers to pay with credit card, Apple or Android pay.
  •  JWG has stopped accepting personal cups at their Juice & Coffee Bar and have ceased sampling.
  •  They have continued to implement rigorous cleaning practices throughout the store. This includes frequently sanitizing “high-touch” locations like door handles, payment machines, scales, bathroom areas, carts, and handbaskets.
  •  While JWG has had no reported COVID-19 infections in their store, they have asked any staff exhibiting symptoms of respiratory illness or fever to stay home and notify their physician. They have also given their staff who have underlying medical conditions the option to stay home to minimize any potential exposure.
  •  Online ordering is available through www.jacksonwholegrocer.com; please plan ahead as there are limited time slots that are filling up quickly.
  •  This Thursday Whole Grocer will be offering senior and vulnerable community shopping during our first hour of business; 7 a.m.-8 a.m.
  •  They are working closely with Hole Food Rescue to address food scarcity and the needs of the community.

Jackson Whole Grocer will continue to keep their doors open to serve the community; the JWG team is working closely with suppliers to get items restocked. They are not sure when supply chain inventory will normalize but are working to provide you with as many options as are available from their distributors. They will continue to monitor closely and be nimble in adjusting operations to prioritize health and safety.

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