Given that the virus can stay for a while on food packaging and can also spread through physical contact between food delivery and food buyers, F&B owners has to put extra effort into ensuring that the food and beverages your staff serve are safe.
See how you can implement contactless delivery correctly on the infographic below.
#1 No-touch cooking
Train your cooks on no-touch cooking procedures. Have zero hand contact with foods and use only sanitized cooking tools.
#2 Tamper-proof containers
Use the airtight and tamper-evident takeout containers. Apply a sticker that indicates the dish was prepared with no-touch procedures.
#3 Contactless delivery
Leave food at the customers’ door and ask drivers to stand 2 meters away while waiting for the customer to pick up. Clean the delivery box with disinfectant every 4 hours.
#4 Touchless payment
Avoid cash transactions. Encourage customers to use digital wallet apps or wire transfer services.
#5 Customer service
Include customer service hotlines on the food packaging to receive customer complaints. Invite customers to give tips for the hard-working staff too!
Consult how you can remotely monitor whether your staff is compliant to the health and safety protocol with the Nimbly team, free of charge.