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Rural grocers in coronavirus keep local communities fed
Grocery store distributes milk to those in need, instead of dumping
Jon Hurst and Curvin Hurst of Oregon Dairy detail their grocery store’s efforts to support their community amid the coronavirus pandemic and say their restaurant will serve less than half capacity when reopened.
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A family-owned and operated grocer on the outskirts of a rural Pennsylvania community is modifying operations to make sure local residents homebound by government efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic can safely get the food they need.
Oregon Dairy, which encompasses a full-service market, family-style restaurant and farm in Lititz, the heart of Pennsylvania's Amish country, has stepped up safety protocols for its workforce and customers, extended its hours of operations and added curbside pickup.