Sampath Srinivas of Spicy Venue says, “We call it ‘package to plate’. In light of the prevailing pandemic, we realise farm to fork has to be bypassed and become package to plate. We decided on the sanitary kit to make our customers feel confident about ordering our food. We take utmost precautions while preparing our food and the sanitising kit is an extra step of precaution.”
Churrolto and Chutneys too are offering sanitising kits. As the takeaway enterprise slowly picks up, increasingly more eateries are planning on handing out comparable kits. One of the companions of Churrolto, Sneh Poddar says, “We aren’t encouraging dine-in at all for now and the sanitising kits make customers confident of opting for takeaway. We have had a lot of positive feedback for the kits. People write to us saying they appreciate the fact that as a business we care for their safety.”
While the ‘no mask, no entry’ rile is being adopted strictly at virtually each place, Karachi Bakery is offering its clients with disposable gloves proper on the entrance, to make sure clients don’t contact any product with their naked palms. “Customers can choose to takeaway the single-use plastic gloves or drop them in the box at the exit,” says an worker at Karachi Bakery, Secunderabad.
Sampath provides, “We must not take this pandemic so casually. When we are putting in an extra cost for the safety of our customers, we will appreciate if they use the sachets and wear a mask at all times. There are times when customers come to pick up their order and argue about the need to wear a mask. Anyone who comes without a mask is first provided with one by our team, even before they come inside.”
Let’s respect these gestures and do our bit by taking reminding ourselves to remain protected and keep indoors.