What are we doing to keep you safe?
- Actively wiping down all carts and baskets after each use
- Providing a greeter outside our front door to assist with questions about our mask policy, while providing free masks while supplies last
- Requiring all employees to frequently wash their hands and wear gloves while serving or handling food.
- Wiping and disinfecting down all common areas several times a day
- Our Wellness Department has knowledgeable staff on hand to answer your health and immunity questions
- Serving you hot deli entrees, please ring the bell for service (we love hearing that bell)
- Limiting individuals in-store to 30 people maximum (we’re no longer recognizing family units due to safety concerns)
- Our bulk department has reopened for customer self serve. Due to health department regulations, we can no longer allow customers to reuse their own containers for bulk foods. Unfortunately this is a permanent change and was something they were implementing prior to Covid
- Offering patio dining with properly spaced tables for your health and comfort
What can you do to help LifeSource?
- Wear a face covering that covers your mouth and nose at all times, while in-store. Acceptable forms of face masks are cloth, paper, or disposable face coverings that cover your nose and mouth.
- For added protection, you can wear a face shield with your mask to protect your eyes, another sensitive area susceptible to infection
- Provide masks to children over the age of 2 (children under 2 are not required to wear a mask)
- Customers with medical conditions should utilize our free curbside pickup service to protect customers, team members, and reduce the spread of COVID-19. (see the full statement here)
- Maintain a safe distance (6 feet) from all shoppers
- Place a single order for the entire week
- Customers that would like to use their own reusable bags must bag their own groceries.
Are face shields acceptable by themselves?
- No, a face shield must be accompanied by a face mask since a face shield is primarily used for eye protection for the person wearing it. At this time, it is not known what level of protection a face shield provides to people nearby from the spray of respiratory droplets from the wearer. There is currently not enough evidence to support the effectiveness of face shields, therefore, the CDC does not recommend use of face shields as a substitute for masks. (source: CDC Face Cover Guidance)
- “Face shield” means a clear plastic shield that covers the forehead, extends below the chin, and wraps around the sides of the face. A face mask must still be worn even with a face shield.