We’re putting safety first, working hard to ensure customers get access to the products they need and supporting our colleagues for us as a small food producer its business as usual. Our strict hygiene processes were previously in place
Ensuring we support our most vulnerable customers is our priority and we have made the following changes to prioritise these customers:
We are also working closely with our supplier partners, to ensure our customers can get what they need, and to support our suppliers’ businesses.
Safety for everyone
We introduced social distancing measures. The new measures include:
Where necessary, we will limit the flow of people coming into our premises.
Hand sanitisers are being placed around our office and warehouse for colleagues to use, as well as extra cleaning products to wipe down workstations.
As essential workers dealing with the general public, some of our colleagues also want to use masks and gloves. We’re providing these for colleagues, if they choose to use them, although this is still optional and the Public Health advice is that they should not be mandatory at this time.
We have strict hygiene routines in our premises, with regular and thorough cleans every day.
We have good supplies of soap and have agreed with our cleaning colleagues to check this every hour, in addition to enhanced cleaning of any areas that see higher footfall.
Our colleagues that can work from home, are doing so. However, this is not an option for some of our colleagues and so we ask customers to be respectful and patient.
We have introduced provisions to minimise close contact between distribution colleagues and supplier drivers and provided hand-washing facilities across all our distribution centres.
We ask our online customers to let us know if they are vulnerable or self-isolating in the delivery instructions section of their order. Our drivers will minimise contact with customers as much as possible, by delivering parcels to the front door but not entering the house.
Supporting our colleagues
The Government is extending the COVID-19 testing process , testing will be entirely voluntary, we encourage all collegues at the first sign of any symptoms to seek testing for peace of mind and the safety of their colleagues.
We always encourage any colleague who needs help to ask for it.
Supporting our communities
We are a small business trying to do our bit into the community. Throughout the pandemic we have delivered in over a 1000 snack boxes to front line key workers in the NHS. Nudie Snacks had donated snacks parcels to Scottish Ambulance Service, East Coast Ambulance, St Thomas Hospital and 100’s of homeless in Clapham and Battersea as well as our local Ayrshire projects supporting Families in food poverty. We will continue to support and assist where we can.