30 grocery workers die from coronavirus, union says
Despite social distancing attempts, grocery workers are still at risk for coronavirus, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union says. FOX Business’ Susan Li with more.
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Instacart has become profitable for the first time, according to recent reports.
The grocery delivery app is expected to make a profit of $10 million in April after selling $700 million worth of groceries in the first two weeks of the month, according to Eater.
On Monday, The Information first reported Instacart’s expected net profit for the month, saying the sales in the first two weeks of April are up by 450 percent compared to sales in December.
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Last year, Instacart reportedly lost a total of $300 million, Forbes reported.