BOSTON, MA – An Ahold banner recently revealed a new strategy to show its support for minority-owned businesses, as Stop & Shop Supermarkets has revealed a $55,000 investment in the Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council (GNEMSDC) to enhance the content and delivery of the council’s development program for Black- and other minority-owned businesses.
Stop & Shop is committed to supporting the communities where our associates and customers work and live,” said Stop & Shop President Gordon Reid. “We hope this investment to GNEMSDC serves as a building block for Black-owned businesses, allowing them to grow, develop, and flourish.”
The GNEMSDC received $50,000 from Stop & Shop Supermarkets, and another $5,000 from the Stop & Shop NextGen Associate Resource Group, according to the press release.
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