Get your food business ready for 2021

Christmas is almost here and amid the anticipation of Christmas lunches and festive cheer (in small gatherings on the big day) there is also the added burden of tighter COVID restrictions.

New COVID restrictions

With the news about the new COVID variant and tier 4 introduced yesterday, the government’s message is ”Stay at Home’ . This means pubs and restaurants in Tier 4 areas, such as Kent and London,  will have to close their doors to dining in customers. However they will still be able to offer takeaways and do deliveries, as in Tier 3. This will no doubt have a devastating affect on hospitality businesses in the affected areas. Particularly as the run up to Christmas is an important time of year for this business sector.

I have been working with catering business owners throughout this epidemic helping them with various issues. This has included putting together risk assessments and advising how to make changes to their business so they can keep trading in line with the restrictions, but also keep customers safe.

One-to-One coaching sessions

In my  BLOG last week  I introduced my one-to-one sessions and how I can help food businesses with managing food safety. I run my sessions virtually to make sure both my clients and I are kept safe. In these sessions I will address specific problems or issues that you have highlighted in your business. I will also help you to diversify or change your business to keep trading in these difficult times. (including COVID risk assessments).

Exclusive Discount Code

Book a one-to-one session with me before the 10th January 2021 and take advantage of an exclusive 25% discount. The price of a one-to-one session is usually £100. Please quote FSL25 when you contact me to book. (The discounted session must be taken by 31st January 2021).

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