St. Helena’s Sunshine Foods sets limit of 20 customers at a time to fight COVID-19

St. Helena’s Sunshine Foods sets limit of 20 customers at a time to fight COVID-19

From the Complete coronavirus coverage from the Napa Valley Register, St. Helena Star, and The Weekly Calistogan series
Sunshine Foods

A file photo of the cheese selection available at Sunshine Foods.

Sunshine Foods is allowing no more than 20 customers in the store at a time in order to limit the potential spread of the coronavirus.

The store has also placed blue tape on the floor to encourage six feet of social distancing, the store announced Thursday on Facebook.

Cal Mart in Calistoga imposed similar restrictions on March 24.

According to Sunshine’s Facebook post, salads, olives, green salads and hot foods are being packaged for customers’ protection. Checkers will no longer bag groceries in bags provided by customers. Customers who do bring their own bags are asked to bag the groceries themselves.

Email orders will not be available this weekend, but will resume next week Monday through Friday at sunshinefoodsmarket@gmail.com.

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