Corona Virus Update…

TABLE&LARDER’s Response to Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Updated 23rd March 2020

These are challenging times as our country and the International community band together in the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID- 19) pandemic. I’d like to personally update you on the precautionary measures we are taking to ensure the safety of all customers and employees while providing our catering services.

The safety and well being of our customers and employees are paramount and will remain our top priority as we encourage everyone to remain calm but vigilant at this challenging time. 

As we continue to navigate through this, our guiding principles remain: to keep all of our customer’s, our premises and our employees safe; to continue to serve our customers with the highest standards; and to support all of our customers, staff members and teams through what is uncharted territory, ensuring that support is available and clear communication and direction is given.

While we have always maintained excellent standards of hygiene and cleanliness, we have introduced a number of additional precautionary measures to reduce the risk of infection and keep our communities safe.

These include:

  • Additional Hygiene and sanitation measures in our kitchen.
  • Increased food safety measures and sanitation of our kitchen before preparation begins.
  • Minimising person to person contact during delivery.
  • Retraining all staff around hygiene practices and COVID-19.

We can assure you that no TABLE&LARDER staff have traveled overseas in recent weeks.

Our processes will evolve where necessary as we continue to comply with advice from the government and other relevant agencies with regards to COVID-19. In the meantime, we are open for business and we encourage you to continue to support small businesses while it is safe to do so. We have created the new BOXED & BAGGED menus so that we can supply your staff with refreshments without fear of sharing.

Please feel free to contact us at any time if you have any questions or concerns.