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Melanie Wong | Feb 25, 202112:14 AM     4

Last week I made a first visit to the newly opened Grocery Outlet in Windsor (Sonoma County), next to Home Depot. It's a spacious store with wide aisles. While it had a sanitizing station, there were no capacity controls on the number of people entering the store though it did not seem overly crowded inside. I only had time for a quick walk-through and bought just a few items.

Chevoo goat cheese with black truffle, $3.99 (and I've been warned that the citrus/honey flavor is subpar)
C2O organic coconut water from Thailand, $1.79
Mangoes from Peru, 2/$3 - these appear to be the Kent type that I like so much this time of year

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