New FDA Guidelines for Grocery Shopping

As the US sets to reopen the Government, the FDA has set fourth new guidelines on how we should do our grocery shopping.  Wearing a mask will be a common clothing item while shopping to help protect the grocery workers and other shoppers in the marketplace.  The new guidelines report there is no evidence of food packaging being associated with the transmission of COVID-19.  But for my family’s safety, we are continuing to wipe down all boxes and bags as we unload the groceries in the home.

Many seniors do not have access to mask or the means to purchase one off the internet.  Charlotte’s Angels started reaching out to the Four-States Community seeking volunteers to help make mask for the seniors in our community.  If you would like to join our effort please reach out to us on Facebook or call us at 417-627-9322.  To learn more about the CDC guidelines for making mask, click here!


About Lisa Lowry McDowell

Founder / CEO, Lisa Lowry McDowell – Lisa, a native of Joplin Missouri, founded Charlotte’s Angels in 2008 after seeing the need first hand that Joplin needed a home care agency that understood Alzheimer’s and the progression of the disease. Through Lisa’s direction and leadership she has made Charlotte’s Angels the leader in providing home care services in the SW Missouri Area. Lisa’s passion to help families who are affected by Alzheimer’s has created an Angel Team dedicated to Alzheimer’s Specialty Care .