The company is planning to open stores in Revere, Waltham, Athol, Littleton and Attleboro.
The money will be added to the GoFundMe site that has already raised more than $108,000.
After watching the Market Basket revolt, I think I understand empowerment a bit more clearly.
Customers were once again filling their carts at Market Basket.
How WBZ NewsRadio 1030 covered the Market Basket saga.
Some politicians used the Market Basket standoff for momentum, while others in office stayed on the sidelines.
Arthur T. Demoulas triumphantly returned as Market Basket CEO Thursday, addressing workers at company headquarters in Tewksbury, saying, “it’s great to be back together again.”
Several communities plan to inspect their local Market Basket stores to assure they are meeting food safety standards after weeks of shelves going unstocked.
Arthur T. Demoulas said he “absolutely” intends to keep Market Basket prices low in the future as stores work to get back up to speed.
It’s a message that could help heal our festering problems with income inequality, worker resentment toward executive salary inflation, etc. But will corporate elites hear it, and heed it?