The food service supply personnel must maintain a few preventive measures to keep the business going on smoothly:
- Cleaning hands with sanitizer prior to entering the grocery store
- Covering nose or mouth with a tissue or bent elbow while sneezing and coughing
- Maintaining a social distance of at least 1 meter from others
- Wearing of a right mask in the right way
- Washing hands thoroughly while you are at home
- Storing the purchased products after sanitization
Every foodservice supply company should know the right diet necessary for the consumers during the pandemic situation. The company should provide unprocessed and fresh food to the affected people together with fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, unprocessed maize, oats, brown rice, starchy tubers like potato, yam, cassava, and animal food like meat, fish, eggs, and milk.
All types of frozen fruits like pineapple, berries, and mango are wonderful substitutes for their high levels of vitamins and fiber and often cost less than the fresh varieties. These freezing fruits can be consumed with smoothies, juices, and porridge or eaten with low-fat simple yogurt after unfreezing.
Frozen vegetables are nourishing; they can be cooked quickly and consuming them is recommended also by the health experts.
Although fresh or frozen vegetables are normally the preferred option for foodservice supply, canned or preserved vegetables like spinach, mushrooms, peas, green beans, and tomatoes are also good options with an extended shelf life.