Snapshots from a pandemic Customers waiting in line to get into the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op on March 29. (Photo courtesy of Drew Rhodes, @Sacramento_Cool) By: Steph Rodriguez April 15, 2020 Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on RedditShare on PinterestJoel, a barista at Old Soul at the Weatherstone, is continuously cleaning and disinfecting the store on the first official day of the quarantine, March 20. When asked how he’s personally feeling about the quarantine, he said, “I’m feeling optimistic.” (Photo courtesy of Drew Rhodes)Jason Griest, co-owner of Old Soul Co., credits employees Luis and Than (left to right), for switching its alley location on L Street to a local commissary on March 20 providing essential supplies such as eggs, flour, milk and sugar to the community. (Photo courtesy of Drew Rhodes)Jason Griest, co-owner of Old Soul Co., rests at a table full of commissary supplies. (Photo courtesy of Drew Rhodes)“I don’t think anyone knows what’s going to happen in the next couple weeks, but we’re going to keep going and help as many people as we can.”Jason Griest, co-owner of Old Soul Co.On the first official day of the quarantine, Old Soul barista Cameron has a brief moment of levity in these dark times while helping a customer. (Photo courtesy of Drew Rhodes)TOPICS:coffeecoronavirusnatural foodssacramentoOur content is free, but not free to produce If you value our local news, arts and entertainment coverage, become an SN&R supporter with a one-time or recurring donation. Help us keep our reporters at work, bringing you the stories that need to be told. Become a supporter Stay Updated For the latest local news, arts and entertainment, subscribe to our newsletter. We'll tell you the story behind the story.