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Liuzzi is among many local businesses doing their best to stay open during this crisis. They ask that customers stay home if they are unwell, wash hands frequently, and consider their new delivery/curbside service when it goes into effect. (Photo courtesy of Liuzzi )
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Liuzzi Gourmet Food Market, 322 State Street, North Haven, says it will remain open until the state mandates otherwise. “We’re taking safety precautions by disinfecting counters and other points of frequent contact, as well as setting up sanitizing stations inside the store. We’re also training employees to limit physical contact between customers and coworkers. Our priority is to limit the spread of COVID-19 while still providing our community with fresh ingredients and the invaluable service of making the self-quarantine bearable,” the shop said in a post on Facebook on March 18. The shop is asking customers to stay home if they are unwell, and wash hands frequently. It’s also are planning a new delivery/curbside service to help people in the safest way possible. If you’ve never been, you’re in for a treat. Liuzzi offers a wide range of gourmet meats and cheeses, including more than 500 kinds of cheese, with 20 of them the house brand. It also has a fully stocked butcher shop, ready to eat entrées, and more.—Pem McNerney
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