Many things can be debated about the last few months, but there is no question that our digital and social media activity increased during the lockdown. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn should be central to promoting your hospitality business whether you are offering socially distanced food and drink or providing a takeaway service.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and the resulting closure of large parts of the out-of-home market, there has been a huge decline in the demand for some food products causing issues with Best Before Dates for food. WRAP have developed guidelines to assist in
extending shelf life for these products.
During the COVID-19 pandemic the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) they have been committed to providing effective support to foodservice businesses in a number of different ways including this 'How to Re-open Right' guide.
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