Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Metro Retail Stores Group takes customer safety to next level

In photo are Jessie Legera, Metro Alabang store manager (center); Irene Montemayor, supermarket manager (third from left); and staff.

THE Metro Retail Stores Group Inc. (MRSGI) continues to strengthen its commitment to ensure the health and safety of its customers as its branches started displaying the Safety Seal, which signifies their compliance with the health standards set by the government.

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has certified Metro Alabang, Metro Plaza 66 in Pasay City, Metro Lucena, Metro Ayala Feliz in Pasig City and Metro Market! Market! in Taguig with this seal.

Southern Luzon branches Metro Legazpi in Albay and Super Metro Naga in Camarines Sur have also been certified, as well as three stores in the Visayas, namely: Metro Tacloban, Metro Mandaue and Super Metro Mambaling.

“Ensuring the safety and sanitation of our stores has always been our top priority, so we are proud of this latest distinction as it provides greater confidence to our customers as well as to our employees,” said Manuel Alberto, president and chief operating officer of MRSGI.

The Safety Seal attests that Metro Retail branches strictly adhere to social distancing, use the StaySafe.Ph contact tracing system and have ample sanitizing stations, on top of other measures to regularly disinfect their premises.

The MRSGI stated that more branches will bear the Safety Seal in support of the government’s call for more establishments to comply with the certification program and encourage more people to step out and contribute to the reopening of the economy. SPONSORED CONTENT


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