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At Cheese Shop of Centerbrook, Paul, the owner has changed the layout of the shop and his purchasing to make sure he has what his customers need. (Photo courtesy of Cheese Shop of Centerbrook )
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At Cheese Shop of Centerbrook, 33 Main Street, Centerbrook, Paul, the owner, is like many other small business owners doing the best to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances. He’s changed the layout of the shop, has covered all of the in-store displays, and is making sure workers are washing hands in between every customer and after they handle cash. Customers concerned about coming inside can call ahead with a credit card and be met curbside. Paul has also changed his purchasing to put more emphasis on meals, including pasta, pasta sauces, and pot pies. The pot pies are very popular. “Someone just came in and ordered 22,” he says. As for what folks should order, he said you can’t go wrong with a good Gouda, and other aged cheeses that will last for weeks, properly wrapped. The shop can be reached at 860-767-8500. —Pem McNerney
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