With new rules, regulations, and standards popping up amidst COVID-19, you’ve likely heard of new tamper-proof or tamper-evident delivery solutions. But what is a tamper-evident label?
Sanitized labels alert customers that additional steps have been taken to clean and sanitize surfaces such as work stations, tables, POS systems, and doorways. As businesses reopen, these "Sanitized" labels will help to ease the minds of your customers and employees. All sanitized labels feature messaging that the surface has been sanitized as well as space to write employee signature, time, or date of last cleaning.
Even though shelter-at-home and social distancing rules are still in effect, people are continuing to hold parties – virtual birthday parties, happy hours, and game nights included. A virtual party involves video chatting with friends or family via an online platform such as Zoom. With virtual parties comes an opportunity for virtual catering.
Alcohol sales in the US make up a large portion of spending. In fact, 2018 saw $253.8 billion in alcohol sales alone. However, with COVID-19 and necessary quarantines, many sales numbers are declining. In order to offset this phenomenon, several state and local governments have made modifications. Common changes deal with alcohol delivery.
Food on Demand hosted the first webinar to kick off Restaurant Recovery Week this week. It featured three panelists: Vishal Agarwal of Itsa Checkmate, Scott Absher of ShiftPixy, and Melissa Chavez of Dot It. In case you missed their webinar entitled Off-Premises as the New Normal, we’ve compiled the top five takeaways restaurants need to know about off-premises as the new normal.
Restaurants are one of the few businesses allowed to continue somewhat normal operations during the pandemic. However, the restaurant industry has not gone uninterrupted during this time. Because of this, a few industry information leaders have created a week of helpful webinars entitles Restaurant Recovery Week.
Dot It will be featured in Monday’s webinar, Off-Premises as the New Normal. Register here to save your spot!
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, many consumers are turning to grocery pickup and delivery as they shelter-at-home. As of March 2020, 17% of U.S. consumers expected that they would increase grocery delivery spending. But how safe are grocery delivery orders and what steps should consumers take to better protect their grocery deliveries?
With the arrival of the coronavirus in the United States, restaurants have been forced to change the way they operate on a day-to-day basis to help ease the spread of the virus. Now more than ever, restaurant operators need to make sure all employees are following the most stringent food safety standards. Having a coronavirus preparation plan in place will help your restaurant remain safe during this ever-changing situation.
Don’t let the name scare you! Ghost kitchens are not what you may think. A ghost kitchen isn’t a kitchen that is being haunted by ghosts. Ghost kitchens are a growing trend in the restaurant industry, and you may be ordering from one even if you don’t know it!
Coinciding with the start of the new year, Texas has implemented a new first aid law. House Bill 496, which went into effect on January 1st, 2020, requires all public schools and open-enrollment charter schools in the state of Texas to have bleeding control kits available on campus. These first aid kits are being referred to as ‘Stop the Bleed’ kits. They are required to be placed in easily accessible areas and are to be included in a school’s emergency preparedness plans.