October 1, 2013
Clerk Mike Miller scans the groceries in the 45 individual orders from homebound people through Walla Walla’s Harvest Foods shopping service. Every Thursday, Miller is scheduled on a four-plus-hour shift specifically designed to process the special orders.
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Technology replaces human touch in grocery shopping service for home-bound customers.
The longest-running volunteer in the weekly shopping service at Walla Walla’s Harvest Foods traces her tenure in the program back to the days before “paper or plastic” was a standard query in the checkout line.