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5 Things You Should Never Bring into a Grocery Store

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Alex Daniel of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 6: During a global pandemic, grocery shopping has become a high-pressure activity, requiring that we all pay careful attention to what we're doing, what we're touching, and who we're standing near. With so much on our minds beyond just getting the food we need to buy, it's wise to try to reduce distractions and potential germ-magnets as much as possible when going shopping.A good place to start in this effort is to review the items you're choosing to bring with you into the store, and actively leaving a few of them behind. Whether that means leaving a few items in the car or at home, when it comes to grocery shopping in 2020, it's wisest to pack light.Here are five things you can do without—at least for the time being. (And for more grocery shopping tips, make sure to sign up for our newsletter.)

5 Things You Should Never Bring into a Grocery Store

During a global pandemic, grocery shopping has become a high-pressure activity, requiring that we all pay careful attention to what we're doing, what we're touching, and who we're standing near. With so much on our minds beyond just getting the food we need to buy, it's wise to try to reduce distractions and potential germ-magnets as much as possible when going shopping.

A good place to start in this effort is to review the items you're choosing to bring with you into the store, and actively leaving a few of them behind. Whether that means leaving a few items in the car or at home, when it comes to grocery shopping in 2020, it's wisest to pack light.

Here are five things you can do without—at least for the time being. (And for more grocery shopping tips, make sure to sign up for our newsletter.)

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