Shopping for groceries during the coronavirus pandemic can be a stressful task, with long lines at the registers or outside the markets, for those that limit the number of customers allowed in, and stores in short supply of specific food and toiletries. But staying informed about the safest ways to shop can help relieve at least some of the anxiety associated with your next supermarket visit.The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), along with reputable doctors and organizations, have recently shared their guidelines for shopping during the pandemic, detailing the best practices for maneuvering through the markets, handling money, and even cooking it all once you get home.EATING OUT OR DINING IN: WHAT TO KNOW DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKThe FDA begins by reiterating that there is currently no nationwide shortage of food, even though it may sometimes feel like it — especially in the bread aisle.“Food production and manufacturing are widely dispersed throughout the U.S. and there are currently no wide-spread disruptions reported in the supply chain,” the FDA writes in its “Food Products” FAQ page, adding that the agency is “closely monitoring” that supply chain for any changes. Shopping for groceries during the coronavirus

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