Lowes Garden has delivered its vegetable salad and breads to a Texas store that has been hit by an outbreak of the coronavirus.
The delivery was part of the grocer’s weekly delivery service, which is part of its broader effort to reduce the spread of the disease, the grocer said Monday.
The company has been distributing vegetable salads and bread to grocery stores and restaurants in the Texas state capital and surrounding areas since February.
Lowes said it will continue its weekly deliveries to customers who live in the affected areas.
The outbreak has prompted a push by retailers to reduce their sales of vegetables.
The latest outbreak, in March, affected more than 4,000 stores.