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Finding food amid the Coronavirus

Typically on Monday’s we publish one of my real estate Q & A’s from Crescenta Valley Weekly. But what’s important today? Finding food amid the coronavirus in our local neighborhoods. Of course you can support our local restaurants and order take out.  For those wanting to find food and other supplies, this is what I have found so far…. the new open house tool

Berolina Bakery has bread, take-out sandwiches and soups, and of course pastries and delicious baked goods. They are offering curbside pick-up. Next door is Schreiners and they have a good selection of meat, poultry, and cheese. They also had butter when I was there last.

Gelsinger’s on Verdugo Road, has prepackaged meat, prepared pot pies, quiches, and some other prepared meals. Montrose and La Canada Farmer’s Markets remain open for fresh produce, meat, poultry, eggs, yogurt and so much more.

As far as cleaning supplies: Much of my Costco order was canceled, but ten days ago I had success with Target. I have never had much success with Smart and Final.  Likely Staples, Office Depot, Lowes, Home Depot, and other hardware stores still have cleaning supplies. Basically think outside the box.

Finding food amid the Coronavirus can be challenging. Be kind, if you are shopping ask if you can shop for an elderly neighbor. Respect the seniors you encounter. Let them go in front of you in line. Offer help, some of them don’t have anyone to assist them and they might be very frightened.

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