Coffee Retailers Can Take Certain Further Precautions To Prepare For Coronavirus Spread

March 6, 2020

Some coffee retailers in the U.S. have increased safety and management precautions to prepare for coronavirus COVID-19. Daily Coffee News reported on several actions coffee retailers can take, with limited expense, to prepare for the coronavirus, including being prepared for a mandate to temporarily close cafes, increased financial planning, reviewing sanitation procedures and ensuring good communication with staff.

Starbucks announced it is suspending allowing customers to bring in reusable mugs due to coronavirus COVID-19 in an effort to protect employees' health.


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