TradeWinds, Co-op require face coverings to enter
The Weekly Packet|4/30/2020
BLUE HILL—The two major grocery stores in Blue Hill, TradeWinds Market Place and the Blue Hill Co-op, are now requiring all customers to wear face coverings to shop.
ANNE BERLEANT

The Co-op began its face cover requirement for all shoppers and staff April 17.

“We’re selling 100% cotton, colorful & fashionable, handmade face masks with more on order,” General Manager Kevin Gadsby posted on the stores Facebook page April 27.

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