Restaurants Promote Contactless Dining | CrunchTime
May 14, 2020 CrunchTimer spotlight
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread around the world, restaurants are taking steps to protect their customers and employees.
We've gathered videos from 10 top restaurant brands that demonstrate their commitment to supporting the health and safety of their foodservice operation during this unprecedented time.
Check them out...
Burger King is letting people know they're focusing on safety, cleanliness, employee health, and contactless transactions.
Carl's Jr. want you to take care of yourself while they're taking care of the burgers and focusing on running extra clean operations with safe and healthy employees.
Dunkin' is running on customer safety. You can get your caffeine fix 100% Contactless: online ordering and drive-thru's, curbside pickup assistance, and delivery.
Eatn' Park wants you to know that we're all in this together. The safety and well-being of their guests is always their top priority.
Fazoli's CEO, Carl Howard says many of their restaurants are reopening and they have taken serious steps inside their dining rooms to ensure the health and safety of their guests and employees.
Jersey Mike's Subs
Founder of Jersey Mike's, Peter Cancro delivers a personal message about how proud he is of the entire Jersey Mike's franchise community's commitment to helping healthcare workers and essential businesses.
McDonald's produced this 30-second video to say "Thank you" to healthcare workers for the honor of serving those heroes.
Panda Express is letting us know that they have gone to great lengths to ensure their restaurants provide a safe and clean environment, so you can continue to enjoy your Panda favorites.
Here's what you can expect as more Starbucks reopen to welcome and serve customers. Cleanliness, health and well-being are top priorities, including barista temperature checks, and eliminating cafe seating for the time-being.
sweetgreen hits home here. Because the dining table is a coffee table and the dinner party is virtual and the pantry is looking paltry. Their small gesture is to help create meaningful connections and joyful, homey dining experiences.