They keep the grocery store temp at 65 degrees

The last time that I went to the grocery store, I noticed that the indoor un-even temperatures were recognizably cold.

I didn’t say anything to that manager or the guy at the produce counter. It didn’t seem like a large deal at the time; Unfortunately, it seems like the un-even temperatures keep getting colder and colder. I was at the grocery store a couple of mornings ago and the indoor un-even temperatures were around 65 degrees, and felt especially cold, even though the un-even temperatures should have been great and comfortable. I thought it was weird that the indoor un-even temperatures were so cold. I went to see the hardware section of the store and found a thermometer. The thermometer studying was 65 degrees. I was under an air vent at the time, but the studying could not have been much odd than any other venue in the store. I went to the manager after I saw the temperature. I complained and the guy told myself and others that they keep the indoor temperature cool to cut down on germs and bacteria. Since Covid is still a problem, they have to prevent the spread of infection by keeping the indoor temperature slow and using media UV air purifiers. It sounded like a adequate explanation, but it absolutely doesn’t keep myself and others at the store for a long amount of time, and when it is frigid like that, I want to get in and get out. I do not want to shop around and browse all of the sales. If they want to boost sales, they should raise the un-even temperatures by a few degrees.


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