Press | WVRA Latest

KROGER DISAPPOINTS MANCHIN ON METH | CHARLESTON GAZETTE

Sen. Joe Manchin wants the Kroger supermarket chain to take tougher steps to limit the sale of cold medications that fuel illegal methamphetamine labs in West Virginia.

On Monday, Manchin, D-W.Va., said he was “extremely disappointed” that Kroger didn’t follow the lead of some competitors that barred sales of cold medicines that have pseudoephedrine as their only active ingredient.

AUGUST 05, 2014

Read More

Stores stock up amid coronavirus concerns

ST. MARYS — Amid the COVID-19 crisis, grocery and retail associations in West Virginia said the national food supply chain is doing well and are encouraging consumers to purchase what they need without going overboard.

“There is no need to hoard food, paper products, cleaning supplies and other items,” Traci Nelson, president of the West Virginia Oil Marketers and and Grocers Association, said.

West Virginia grocery, retail industry is holding up amid worries over the coronavirus outbreak

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – The West Virginia Oil Marketers & Grocers Association (OMEGA) and the West Virginia Retailers Association released information on the status of the grocery and retail industry during the coronavirus outbreak.

The release encouraged residents to buy what they need, and not to go overboard with supplies.

“There’s no need to hoard food, paper products, cleaning supplies and other items,” said Traci Nelson, president of the West Virginia Oil Marketers & Grocers Association.

Grocery industry says there's 'no need to hoard food, paper products, cleaning supplies'

Grocery industry leaders say there is no need for West Virginians to hoard food and supplies.

“There’s no need to hoard food, paper products, cleaning supplies and other items,” said Traci Nelson, president of the West Virginia Oil Marketers and Grocers Association, in a news release.

Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
X