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Clean & safe
The Royal Rawness team put into practice the recommendations of the DGS to avoid contamination of spaces with SARS-CoV-2. We obtained the “healthy and safe establishment” seal that certifies compliance with health rules. Stay healthy and safe
PRIORITISING FOOD AND SAFETY
The Royal Rawness is taking the Coronavirus very seriously. Since there is currently no evidence of COVID-19 being transmitted via food, we are open for take-out and from May 18 will be open to the public with half of the places inside.
All of our kitchen and management staff are following the best practices for food preparation and handling.
EC-Food and saftey has stated that it is very unlikely that COVID-19 can be spread through food, but we are still taking additional precautions. Here is a little more on our food safety practices:
Our staff is following frequent and thorough handwashing and hand sanitising. Additional hand sanitizer points have been added. Our staff has been instructed to self-isolate at the first sign of illness as per the government advice, including if family or housemates show symptoms. Non-essential team members are now working remotely as a precautionary measure
The Coffee Roasting and Packaging Process
Coffee is ‘roasted’ at about 180'C, which kills all bacteria and all viruses, including C-19.
The coffee is virtually sterile, sealed in its pack and safe from contamination until you open it.
The virus doesn't survive long on dry/impervious surfaces, for example, the outside of our packs. Current evidence indicates the virus can normally survive on surfaces for less than one day. By the time our coffee reaches you, potential virus contamination on the outside of the pack would be dead. If you are worried about the very small possibility of contamination from the outside of the packs, please do remember that the packs are impermeable plastic laminates which can be wiped with hand sanitiser or antibacterial wipes before handling/opening.
Once you make your cup of coffee, boiling water is hot enough to kill any virus.