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COVID-19 has not directly affected food production. Shop sensibly – buying too many fresh foods at one time will mean you cannot eat them all before they spoil. (...) Buy food from small businesses and shops to support their livelihoods in these difficult times. (...) This will reduce uncertainty and reassure shoppers and suppliers. It is important to keep domestic and international supply lines open and to not restrict trade or impose rules that would hinder the mobility of those commodities, domestically or internationally.
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Score: 900220.9 - https://www.fao.org/asiapacifi...rces/2019-ncov-asiapacific/en/
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My professor asked me to be empathetic, pointing out that sometimes people do unplanned shopping, and are forced to resort to using plastic bags. (...) Through this project, shoppers can borrow and donate tote bags at specified stations, located strategically either at small grocery stores or at residences.
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Score: 900220.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/83385
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CYBERLAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR ENHANCING E-COMMERCE: CASE STUDIES AND LESSONS LEARNED
With some 460 million online shoppers, Asia–Pacific accounts for the largest share (43 per cent), a proportion that is expected to rise further until 2018. (...) It is important to ensure that online shoppers are protected for both domestic and cross-border purchases.
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Score: 873988.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=TD/B/C.II/EM.5/2&Lang=E
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According to media reports, the city was full of shoppers, ahead of the Eid-al-Fitr celebrations. “ #UNICEF strongly condemns the horrific attack earlier 2day near the Sayed Ul-Shuhada high #school , in #Kabul .The attack claimed the lives of dozens of schoolchildren, mostly #girls ,& severely injured many more,”states @unicefchief ,Henrietta H.
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Score: 873915.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/05/1091592
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Soko , which means ‘marketplace’ in Swahili, is an online platform connecting international shoppers to handcrafted accessories from the developing world.
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Score: 873915.4 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...gazine/april-2015/africa-wired
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Pre-lockdown it might have been a few online deliveries, the odd supermarket shop and maybe a cheeky takeaway on a Saturday night. Eighteen months later, what are the changes? 89% of UK consumers shopped online during the pandemic, 31% for the first time . DIY meal kits boomed, the fashion industry saw Depop explode into life and Amazon attracted 86% of British shoppers to its site. In January and February this year, ecommerce sales accounted for 20% of total retail sales in the UK.  
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Score: 873915.4 - https://www.upu.int/en/Blogs/The-true-cost-of-the-last-mile
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Banning the sale of these live wild mammals can protect the health of market workers and shoppers. ▶️ https://t.co/vKU5RdszBD https://t.co/uLAlaOk1IK — World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) April 13, 2021 “Globally, traditional markets play a central role in providing food and livelihoods for large populations. Banning the sale of these animals can protect people’s health – both those working there and those shopping there”, they said in a press release.  No way to check for viruses  The temporary guidelines were issued by WHO alongside the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) and the UN Environment Programme ( UNEP ).   
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Score: 873915.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/04/1089622
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