Updated Health And Safety Protocols

Below is a timeline of the updated company health and safety protocols. We are doing our best to stay ahead of the curve and have instituted most of the changes well ahead of the recommendations or requirements as provided by government and health officials.

  • Previous Standard Protocols
    • These are protocols that are either still in place or have been superseded or supplanted by the additional updated protocols further below.
    • Production Staff
      • All production staff must wear hair nets or head coverings, and gloves during production.
      • All produce is washed in water and rinsed in a sanitizing solution before production.
    • Retail Staff
      • All surfaces are wiped and cleaned at the beginning and end of the day and throughout the day as needed.
      • Bathrooms are cleaned at the beginning and end of the day and inspected and cleaned throughout the day as necessary.
      • All rags used in the shop are washed and disinfected with bleach.
  • March 4, 2020
    • Production employees to start wearing face masks that cover nose and mouth. Face covers are made of fabric that is washed and disinfected every day.
    • Production employees to have their forehead temperature taken at the beginning of their shift, temperatures are recorded and sheets signed every day.
    • Employee sick time hours explained, and usage encouraged as needed.
    • Printed WHO hand washing instructions and taped above all sinks.
    • Retail staff start cleaning and disinfecting all devices, handles, sample bottles, and surfaces on the top of every hour.
  • March 16, 2020
    • Retail staff start allowing only 1 customer or customer group (i.e. family) in the retail space at any given time. When the customer exits, all devices, handles, and surfaces are wiped down and disinfected before the next customer is invited into the store.
    • Retail staff start pouring samples of juice, no one else is allowed to touch the sample bottles.
    • Retail staff start wearing gloves and masks at all times.
  • March 19, 2020
    • Drivers must disinfect all vehicle surfaces, handles, and company cell phone at the start and end of their shift.
    • Drivers start wearing gloves while making deliveries.
    • When a package is delivered, the driver will spray the exterior with disinfectant. The disinfectant is a water and bleach solution that is measured and tested to meet health guidelines.