Small Food Business COVID-19 Guidelines and Best Practices
Share guidelines, best practices, and information for small food businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chicagoland Food and Bev: Click here for a series of webinars, virtual events and online discussion forums designed by CFBN to tackle pressing industry conversations amidst the COVID-19 restrictions & shutdowns. As this virus continues to globally impact the operations and businesses of the food and beverage industry - CFBN is here "virtually" to offer connections and conversation!
Food Safety Guidelines: Click here for this comprehensive list by the FDA of resources including managing employee health, managing operations in a foodservice establishment or retail food store, managing food pick-up and delivery, etc.
Network for Incubator & Comissary Kitchens (NICK): Click here to join a group of food industry workers sharing data, best practices, and technical assistance to support the success of kitchen businesses.
Resource Guide for Food Businesses: Click here for a compilation of financial, HR, and legal resources and precautions for running a business during COVID-19, written by CommonWealth Kitchen.
To Combat Widespread Job Loss, Stay Local and Look to Import Replacement: Click here for more information on how businesses are adapting to keep people employed. At a time when businesses pivot from making booze to hand sanitizer, and from sewing t-shirts to facemasks, this piece looks at the cities that have already successfully re-localized industry.
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