A routine trip to the grocery store can be complicated by a boatload of questions in the age of COVID-19.
The pandemic has left many shoppers wondering whether they need to sanitize their cardboard cereal boxes or plastic yogurt containers before unloading their grocery bags.
But several experts say washing your hands is more important than wiping down every item you put in the fridge.
... Jennifer Ronholm, an assistant professor in the faculty of agricultural and environmental sciences at McGill University, felt grocery worries were of "minimal concern" from a public health perspective.
But if extra cleaning or disinfecting helps provide peace of mind — then go for it, she said.
"If you were very worried about it, it's not going to hurt you to wipe your food down when you get home," said Ronholm.
"But again, the chances are very minimal."