Unsafe: You Should STOP Shopping at These 7 Grocery Stores!

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Shaw’s is a sister store to Safeway as it is also owned by Albertson’s, so their ratings are similar in that way since the stores follow the same protocol and steps when it comes to keeping their stores clean and their customers safe. However, when it came to COVID-19 measures, Shaw’s ended up getting a few minus points.

Much to the charge of most rules put forth both by local government and also by the White House task force that dealt with imposing social distancing guidelines, Shaw’s was one of the stores that did not have a rule about wearing masks. It sounds futuristic in a way, as we all lived through the years of news about how people were denied access to establishments due to not wearing masks, but this store made sure to turn the tides.

It wasn’t mandatory in their stores to wear a mask, which was unsafe. And with their quite low cleanliness rating not being the best, it was very unsafe for customers to do their groceries at Shaw’s. If anything, we hope the pandemic made sure their efforts to clean the store are actually good enough to raise their ranking.

Speaking of cleanliness and of ratings, read more about the restaurants with the WORST reputation!

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11 thoughts on “Unsafe: You Should STOP Shopping at These 7 Grocery Stores!”

    1. Claudia williams

      Yes you can stop shopping at Walmart. I’ve only gone in there twice in over 15 years. Deep fryer and a car seat.
      That’s it.
      My daughter called me after calling 911 she was so sick.
      The doctor asked where she had been in the past 3 days. She said Walmart. The doctor moved his arm around the ER. AND said. The one thing you all have in common.

  1. Aaand this is why I pay no attention to Consumer Reports — their “criteria” for condemning products and businesses is usually not remotely relevant to me. All that they succeed in doing is to further damage the U.S. economy. Good grief — wash your hands, wash your produce and get on with your life!

    1. Amen! Funny, I shop at both Stop and Shop and Key Food, and I haven’t perceived either of them being “unsafe.” It’s hard to tell if this article is talking about the history of the stores’ protocol since the pandemic started, or if they’re only talking about recent days. Most indoor mask mandates have been lifted, even where I live, and mask wearing is optional. If people posting on Consumer Reports still think that’s “unsafe”, then maybe they should stick to ordering their groceries online or doing curbside pickup.

  2. I had a roommate/friend that is very social and seems to live for the purpose of becoming much closer to anyone that he sees routinely, he reported to me that there were numerous Safeway employees that were infected with the Covid 19 in the first two years of the breakout, still, he never contracted Covid himself and only became infected when he moved to PA where most of his family live and they have no Safeway to shop where he lives in PA. He is convinced that it was him relaxing his normally rigorous hygiene around his family that was the cause of his infection of Covid. I also do most of my shopping at this same Safeway and have not contracted Covid, (but for the grace of YOU KNOW WHO) both My friend and I are very careful about caring for our own hygiene, but it is foolish to rely on others to be responsible for our own personal hygiene, in the area of protecting ourself from being infected, it is very common to see that there are many more customers not wearing their masks than ever before in this very Safeway in 2022 ( may HE give them grace for their lack of personal responsibility) The shame here is that I cannot use the CREATORS name or this post will be banned as offensive. Today is the day of salvation, we are not promised tomorrow.

  3. I live in New Jersey and do shop at Teaneck store, which the store is clean< staff is helpful and registers are always maned, which means lite or no waiting.
    While visiting my daughter in Brooklyn (Flatbush) I went shopping at the Flatbush Avenue store Brooklyn NY 11226. IMUST say I had expected to much, The store was a mess very, very long lines NOT enough resisters open not able to locate a manager, I purchased a cake for my great-granddaughter requested her name be written on it, however, in order to have that done, I first had to pay at customer service window (which had line for people buying lottrey) then return to the cake person.
    My only reason for this kind of service is it is in a black community, where the residence got no respect. Maybe your corporate should take a look ate this location. I must say the cashier I had was very nice she said good afternoon and thank you.

  4. Every business—-stores, restuarnts, bars, offices, medical, dental, hospitals, etc. every public place is back to pre-pandemic days—–NOT CLEANING< NO-MASKS, NO DISINFECTING, etc.

  5. Stop with the damned fear mongering. We get enough from DC and the media. Be more concerned with poisons added to our food through chemtrails, gmos, fake meat etc.etc.

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