California shatters single-day coronavirus death record for fourth time this month – KTLA Los Angeles

With grocery delivery and curbside pickup growing, some grocers are reconsidering how they work with Instacart, the grocery shipment startup that has functioned as a lifeline for many as the public health crisis kept people in your home.

By late April, Instacart stated it had actually employed 300,000 independent specialist “full-service buyers” to fulfill the rise in customer demand, and the business said it plans to add another 200,000 over the next couple of months. Some of its in-store buyers, who are part-time employees of Instacart, are losing their tasks, CNN Business has actually learned.