Eco-friendly packaging is something more and more companies are concerning themselves in the 21st century, particularly given the emphasis on shipping and online commerce that has been thrown into stark relief by Covid-19. Part of the attention this packaging is getting is due to the advances in technology and manufacturing techniques, which have made these packaging options competitive, and in some cases, outright cheaper than traditional packaging choices.
Veterans often face significant difficulty returning to civilian life and the public workforce. Many organizations have realized this and have made efforts to ease the transition and offer alternative education and training for veterans.
One of the emerging ways restaurants are staying in business during the coronavirus pandemic is home delivery of meals. Partnering with UberEats and GrubHub services, businesses serving food now serve it to people in their homes.
From leftover food to old kitchen supplies and packaging, the food industry produces a lot of waste. Restaurants, fast-food chains, and bars will save considerable amounts of waste disposal costs if they focus on reducing the amount of food they waste and increasing their recycling.
With the growing problem of food waste and how to reduce it, many companies are using food waste to make sustainable food products. Upcycled food is food that would go to landfills.
As people are slowly recovering from the world of social distancing and off-premise dining, restaurateurs have to come up with creative ways to keep the magic of hospitality alive. Here are six best sanitation practices to ensure you visitors and staff are safe: 1) Make Handwashing Mandatory It is almost impossible to understate the significance of handwashing in curbing the spread of the virus.
While essential to ensuring sustainability at any outdoor site, implementing an outdoor recycling program can often present a variety of obstacles. These five keystone tips should help you overcome some common problems so that you and your patrons can recycle most efficiently and effectively in the great outdoors.
Throughout 2020 there has been a massive surge in need for personal protective equipment, and nothing has been more in-demand than face masks. While many people have opted to wear reusable cloth masks that can be washed, there is still a definite need for single-use masks.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants are facing new challenges. Disease-fighting restrictions are adding to costs while reducing revenue.
COVID-19 has changed our world and the way we do things. Businesses that were shut down are now beginning to open back up, and the burden of sanitization is no longer strictly the responsibility of the business owner, but it is now everyone's responsibility.