Grocery shopping doesn't mean you have to stock up on fear & anxiety
Bay View (CBS 58)--A run to the grocery store really doesn’t have the same meaning in these days of COVID-19. So many markets, like Outpost Natural Foods, are now taking precautions, like plexiglass between the cashier and shopper, actual lines to indicate where to stand with 6-foot distances in mind, and the removal of anything self-serve. Community Relations Director, Margaret Mittelstadt, highly recommends coming to the store better prepared than ever. A grocery lists always helps to keep you focused, she says.
A couple of other items. Most groceries are not allowing reusable bags in the store. Also, bring your sanitizing wipes with you. And if you can, leave the kids at home while you’re shopping. The less people you have with you, the less you have to worry about possible cross contamination.
Last night, I was surfing the web and came across a very THOROUGH article on the RIGHT way to shop. It's from a "professional germaphobe." It's a very good read, and it takes everything into consideration. From the time you leave your home to go to the store to when you put away your last item in the cupboard. Click here to read the article.