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For Keyquest managing director Johannes Mayr, convenience remains the most important consumer trend in Austrian food retailing.

For Keyquest managing director Johannes Mayr, convenience remains the most important consumer trend in Austrian food retailing. “” Avoidance is great but mentality is no longer such a big issue, “” Mayr said at the AMA press conference. The trends organic, regional Origin, reduction in meat consumption and enjoyment Premium would “” go “” further. For the online grocery trade, Mayr sees growth opportunities primarily in specialties and basic products. For fresh products, consumers would prefer to go to the supermarket.

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So far, the employees in the grocery trade have rather led a shadowy existence. Appreciation? Nothing. But in the course of the Corona crisis, many people realize how nerve-wracking this work is.

The Facebook initiative “” Appreciate Sellers “” in times of the coronavirus wants to give the heroes in the supermarket due recognition. In the form of tips in self-made piggy banks.

“Work must be properly valued”

The idea comes from Hiroshima Mandee from Vienna. In her Facebook group, which has more than 1,300 members in just a few days, she writes: “” Employees in supermarkets and drugstores are toiling in an absolutely exceptional situation. Highest risk of infection, physical and psychological overexertion. “” If customers simply round up the invoice amount or give a tip, this work could be duly appreciated.

Wienerin took the initiative – with success

For this reason, she wrote to all the larger chains via Facebook and asked whether she could tip the employees there in the future. “” So far, this was contractually prohibited. The employees were not allowed to accept any money, “” said Mandee.

These supermarket chains are taking part

Meanwhile, Penny, Merkur, Interspar, Billa, Adeg, BIPA, ‘reformstark Martin’ and DM have responded to your request and – in the current crisis – made an exception and approved the tip campaign for their employees.

Important: Many employees in the participating branches are not yet aware of the tip campaign. Simply show the Facebook group on your mobile phone, all of the official responses from the supermarkets will be embedded there as screenshots.https://123helpme.me/

Successful action for more appreciation

The campaign is very popular in social networks, one user writes: “” Great thing that you have set up, great! Do you know whether there are already similar groups in Germany? Many users also share photos of their tinkered piggy banks, from baskets, cardboard boxes or pickle jars that they have brought to the shops. A successful campaign that shows what an important contribution supermarket salespeople make to our society. And many have become aware of this at least since the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis.

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So far, the employees in the grocery trade have rather led a shadowy existence. Appreciation? Nothing. But in the course of the Corona crisis, many people realize how nerve-wracking this work is.

The Facebook initiative “” Appreciate Sellers “” in times of the coronavirus wants to give the heroes in the supermarket due recognition. In the form of tips in self-made piggy banks.

“Work must be properly valued”

The idea comes from Hiroshima Mandee from Vienna. In her Facebook group, which has more than 1,300 members in just a few days, she writes: “” Employees in supermarkets and drugstores are toiling in an absolutely exceptional situation. Highest risk of infection, physical and psychological overexertion. “” If customers simply round up the invoice amount or give a tip, this work could be duly appreciated.

Wienerin took the initiative – with success

For this reason, she wrote to all the larger chains via Facebook and asked whether she could tip the employees there in the future. “” So far, this was contractually prohibited. The employees were not allowed to accept any money, “” said Mandee.

These supermarket chains are taking part

In the meantime Penny, Merkur, Interspar, Billa, Adeg, BIPA, ‘reformstark Martin’ and DM have responded to your request and – in the current crisis – made an exception and approved the tip campaign for their employees.

Important: Many employees of the participating branches are not yet aware of the tip campaign. Simply show the Facebook group on your mobile phone, all of the official responses from the supermarkets will be embedded as screenshots.

Successful action for more appreciation

The campaign is very popular in social networks, one user writes: “” Great thing that you have set up there, great! Do you know whether there are already similar groups in Germany? Many users also share photos of their tinkered piggy banks, from baskets, cardboard boxes or pickle jars that they have brought to the shops. A successful campaign that shows what an important contribution supermarket salespeople make to our society. And many have become aware of this at least since the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis.

Also interesting: These 6 foods quickly ensure a healthy intestine

Read news for 1 month now for free! * * The test ends automatically. More on this ▶Win true wireless earphones from JBL now! (E-media.at) New access (yachtrevue.at) 8 reasons why it’s great to be single (lustaufsleben.at) Salmon shrimp burger with wasabi mayonnaise and honey cucumber (gusto .at) In the new trend: Shock-Down – how long can the economy withstand lockdowns? (trend.at) The 35 best family series for laughing and feeling good (tv-media.at) E-Scooter in Vienna: All providers and Prices 2020 in comparison (autorevue.at)

So far, the employees in the grocery trade have rather led a shadowy existence. Appreciation? Nothing. But in the course of the Corona crisis, many people realize how nerve-wracking this work is.

The Facebook initiative “” Appreciate Sellers “” in times of the coronavirus wants to give the heroes in the supermarket due recognition. In the form of tips in self-made piggy banks.

“Work must be properly valued”

The idea comes from Hiroshima Mandee from Vienna. In her Facebook group, which has more than 1,300 members in just a few days, she writes: “” Employees in supermarkets and drugstores are toiling in an absolutely exceptional situation. Highest risk of infection, physical and psychological overexertion. “” If customers simply round up the invoice amount or give a tip, this work could be duly appreciated.

Wienerin took the initiative – with success

For this reason, she wrote to all the larger chains via Facebook and asked whether she could tip the employees there in the future. “” So far, this was contractually prohibited. The employees were not allowed to accept any money, “” said Mandee.

These supermarket chains are taking part

Meanwhile, Penny, Merkur, Interspar, Billa, Adeg, BIPA, ‘reformstark Martin’ and DM have responded to your request and – in the current crisis – made an exception and approved the tip campaign for their employees.

Important: Many employees in the participating branches are not yet aware of the tip campaign. Simply show the Facebook group on your mobile phone, all of the official responses from the supermarkets will be embedded there as screenshots.

Successful action for more appreciation

The campaign is very popular in social networks, one user writes: “” Great thing that you have set up there, great! Do you know whether there are already similar groups in Germany? Many users also share photos of their tinkered piggy banks, from baskets, cardboard boxes or pickle jars that they have brought to the shops. A successful campaign that shows what an important contribution supermarket salespeople make to our society. And many have become aware of this at least since the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis.

Also interesting: These 6 foods quickly ensure a healthy intestine

Read news for 1 month now for free! * * The test ends automatically. More on this ▶Win true wireless earphones from JBL now! (E-media.at) New access (yachtrevue.at) 8 reasons why it’s great to be single (lustaufsleben.at) Salmon shrimp burger with wasabi mayonnaise and honey cucumber (gusto .at) In the new trend: Shock-Down – how long can the economy withstand lockdowns? (trend.at) The 35 best family series for laughing and feeling good (tv-media.at) E-Scooter in Vienna: All providers and Prices 2020 in comparison (autorevue.at)

So far, the employees in the grocery trade have rather led a shadowy existence. Appreciation? Nothing. But in the course of the Corona crisis, many people realize how nerve-wracking this work is.

The Facebook initiative “” Appreciate Sellers “” in times of the coronavirus wants to give the heroes in the supermarket due recognition. In the form of tips in self-made piggy banks.

“Work must be properly valued”

The idea comes from Hiroshima Mandee from Vienna. In her Facebook group, which has more than 1,300 members in just a few days, she writes: “” Employees in supermarkets and drugstores are toiling in an absolutely exceptional situation. Highest risk of infection, physical and psychological overexertion. “” If customers simply round up the invoice amount or give a tip, this work could be duly appreciated.

Wienerin took the initiative – with success

For this reason, she wrote to all the larger chains via Facebook and asked whether she could tip the employees there in the future. “” So far, this was contractually prohibited. The employees were not allowed to accept any money, “” said Mandee.

These supermarket chains are taking part

Meanwhile, Penny, Merkur, Interspar, Billa, Adeg, BIPA, ‘reformstark Martin’ and DM have responded to your request and – in the current crisis – made an exception and approved the tip campaign for their employees.

Important: Many employees of the participating branches are not yet aware of the tip campaign. Simply show the Facebook group on your mobile phone, all of the official responses from the supermarkets will be embedded as screenshots.

Successful action for more appreciation

The campaign is very popular in social networks, one user writes: “” Great thing that you have set up, great! Do you know whether there are already similar groups in Germany? Many users also share photos of their tinkered piggy banks, from baskets, cardboard boxes or pickle jars that they have brought to the shops. A successful campaign that shows what an important contribution supermarket salespeople make to our society. And many have become aware of this at least since the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis.

Also interesting: These 6 foods quickly ensure a healthy intestine

Read news for 1 month now for free! * * The test ends automatically. More on this ▶Win true wireless earphones from JBL now! (E-media.at) New access (yachtrevue.at) 8 reasons why it’s great to be single (lustaufsleben.at) Salmon shrimp burger with wasabi mayonnaise and honey cucumber (gusto .at) In the new trend: Shock-Down – how long can the economy withstand lockdowns? (trend.at) The 35 best family series for laughing and feeling good (tv-media.at) E-Scooter in Vienna: All providers and Prices 2020 in comparison (autorevue.at)

So far, the employees in the grocery trade have rather led a shadowy existence. Appreciation? Nothing. But in the course of the Corona crisis, many people realize how nerve-wracking this work is.

The Facebook initiative “” Appreciate Sellers “” in times of the coronavirus wants to give the heroes in the supermarket due recognition. In the form of tips in self-made piggy banks.

“Work must be properly valued”

The idea comes from Hiroshima Mandee from Vienna. In her Facebook group, which has more than 1,300 members in just a few days, she writes: “” Employees in supermarkets and drugstores are toiling in an absolutely exceptional situation. Highest risk of infection, physical and psychological overexertion. “” If customers simply round up the invoice amount or give a tip, this work could be duly appreciated.

Wienerin took the initiative – with success

For this reason, she wrote to all the larger chains via Facebook and asked whether she could tip the employees there in the future. “” So far, this was contractually prohibited. The employees were not allowed to accept any money, “” said Mandee.

These supermarket chains are taking part

Meanwhile, Penny, Merkur, Interspar, Billa, Adeg, BIPA, ‘reformstark Martin’ and DM have responded to your request and – in the current crisis – made an exception and approved the tip campaign for their employees.

Important: Many employees of the participating branches are not yet aware of the tip campaign. Simply show the Facebook group on your mobile phone, all of the official responses from the supermarkets will be embedded as screenshots.

Successful action for more appreciation

The campaign is very popular in social networks, one user writes: “” Great thing that you have set up, great! Do you know whether there are already similar groups in Germany? Many users also share photos of their tinkered piggy banks, from baskets, cardboard boxes or pickle jars that they have brought to the shops. A successful campaign that shows what an important contribution supermarket salespeople make to our society. And many have become aware of this at least since the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis.