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Many pubs may have beer sitting around that has gone off now due to the Coronavirus lock-in or is now too old to sell. There is a way of disposing of it without upsetting the water authorities and also allowing breweries to claim tax back.
We have had news that our client Lawrance's Bakery in Evesham has received a 5 star Hygiene rating. A good story of how enthusiastic management have made is possible to go from 1 to 5 with improved due diligence, labelling and maintenance of the premises.
Disinfection can be easily achieved at home or in a businesses using bleach. The recommendation is that it's at a minimum strength of 1000ppm. Its also more effective (and safer) when diluted.
These notes are particularly for businesses who have decided to offer home deliveries as an option during the COVID-19 pandemic. The risk of contracting coronavirus via food is said by the WHO and Virologists such as Martin D'agostino from Campden BRI to be negligible.
1. Food does not present more than a negligible risk from Coronavirus. 2. 4 minutes at 63˚C is effective at destroying coronavirus in food therefore normal cooking is effective...