Dehoff’s Key Market in Redwood City today announced Wednesday it is now offering early access for senior shoppers and customers with disabilities during the coronavirus pandemic.
From 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. daily, the store at 1063 Upton St. will be reserved for customers ages 65 and over and those with disabilities.
The store will be open to the general public from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. The store hours are reduced temporarily. Limits are placed on purchases of some high-demand items to ensure other shoppers can get what they need.
In addition, the store has increased its cleaning practices and afterhour janitorial services, including scrubbing all touchable surfaces with coronavirus-approved products. Baskets are cleaned, rinsed and sanitized regularly, and shopping carts are being pressure-cleaned. Clerks and cashiers are being vigilant about preventative health and hygiene practices and all employees are practicing social distancing, the company said.
“We will remain open and ready to serve you and do not expect any forced closures on grocery stores in the future,” Chris Dehoff said on his company’s website.
Photo credit: Dehoff’s Key Market.