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Did you know that a large supermarket stocks up to 60,000 individual items in their store?  What does it actually take for a supermarket to feed and provide critical necessities to Delaware households? How are they pulling this off during this challenging time?

These are just a few of the interesting facts you’ll learn from the latest video from local producer and journalist Sharon Baker. 

 

Baker’s Teleduction production house has launched “Conversations from Quarantine,” a deep-dive series into organizations, people and events across the state and how they are dealing with this unprecedented pandemic situation.

Baker’s series engages public officials, health experts, nonprofit executives, arts leaders, business people and more.

DELAWARE’S FOOD SUPPLY from TELEDUCTION on Vimeo.

 

In the lastest conversation focused on Delaware’s food supply, Sharon speaks with Bill Sell, distribution manager, and Cassandra Umile, manager of nutrition services and food production both with the Kenny Family ShopRites of Delaware.  Sell and Umile explain how food and other supplies gets to the shelves and how the stores are staying on top of health and safety issues.

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