On Wednesday, Market Basket co-CEOs Felicia Thornton and James Gooch announced that they are putting deadline of Monday, Aug. 4 for protesting employees to get back to work before new employees are hired, with subsequent job fairs to either replace or promote employees as needed.
The Westford Template went down to both of Westford’s Market Baskets to see what was going on with the crisis, now in its second week.
Here are some photos from the Westford Valley Marketplace store on July 30.
Receipts from other supermarkets on the door at Westford Valley Marketplace. They were up at Cornerstone too.
Frozen foods are still there.
Flowers are gone.
Bread is running low, but it’s still available.
This register’s closest to the side door and it has a message for all who walk in.
Stephanie Sargant outside the Westford Valley Marketplace store.
Dave Juliano yells his thanks to beeping motorists.
Protesters along Littleton Road.
This bird made its way into the produce section.
No meat left, only Artie T’s initials.
The meat is gone.
Non-perishable foods are still in stock.
Seafood is gone.
There is still milk, although some dairy items are in short supply.
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