Our top priority is the health and safety of people. All our staff have been advised on measures they can take to protect themselves and others from coronavirus, including self-isolation, social distancing and personal hygiene. This is in addition to the strict measures already adopt on our production site such as thorough training in food hygiene, extensive hand washing procedures, the use of Personal Protective Equipment, and routine deep cleaning of all our food preparation areas.
In addition, stopped all visitors to our site until further notice inline with Government guidelines
What happens if someone has symptoms of coronavirus at our site
All our people have been trained to recognise the symptoms of COVID 19 and requested not to come to work if they suspect that they are infected. We have taken steps to ensure that people will not suffer financial hardship if they do not come to work. Anyone displaying symptoms in the workplace will immediately be sent home and asked to self-isolate. They will be asked to seek medical advice in accordance with local government guidance. Staff who may have come in to contact with anyone displaying symptoms will be informed and asked to self-isolate in accordance with government guidance.
What is the risk of the virus being transmitted in your products?
There is no evidence that food is a source or route of transmission of the virus.
How are you ensuring you can deliver your products to market?
We have more than enough raw materials to get through this time and as we manufacture ourselves are unique cultures everything is under control