The most missed hangout area for many people during this time is one’s favorite coffee shop—the special spot where you can have your coffee fix to begin your day, or work through your thesis project sipping black coffee to help you think, or just order iced cappuccino-to-go.    

Now, here’s a bit of good news to coffeeshop aficionados who are longing to drink their coffee and enjoy a slice of cake while hanging out in a cafe. 

To welcome both their dine-in and take-out customers, Coffee Project has strengthened the implementation of their “Stronger Apart” campaign.

Through the campaign, Coffee Project emphasizes on the measures implemented by the coffeeshop to ensure the safety of customers. At all its branches, Coffee Project has implemented multiple additional precautionary measures to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for both their guests and staff.   

For example, to encourage customers to follow social distancing rules while they dine in at Coffee Project, flower pots are creatively placed on seats and table areas to prevent people from sitting near each other. Acrylic dividers are also placed on tables for customers who still want to dine face-to-face.

Coffee Project also emphasizes on no-contact policy. Each table has a QR code that guests can scan to access the menu, discouraging the use of handheld ones. Every table and chair, as well as the restrooms, are also sanitized after every use.

Employees’ body temperature is checked regularly to ensure that each staff is healthy and fit to work. They are required to wear masks, face shields, and disposable gloves. Regular hand washing throughout the day is also mandatory among the staff.

Only a limited number of guests will be allowed in the store to ensure social distancing. While waiting guests will be seated in the al fresco area as they fill out their health checklists.  

Staffers who do the thermal scans of guests at the entrance are required to sanitize their hands with alcohol. 

A separate waiting area is also in place for delivery riders like Foodpanda and Grabfood to minimize the number of people inside the store.

Inside the Coffee Project, social distancing among customers will still be monitored. There are floor markers leading towards the cashier to guide customers of their distancing.  Also, to avoid physical contact between the guest and staff, clear acrylic dividers in the counter and dispatch areas are in place. Payment trays that are sanitized after every transaction are also used to avoid direct hand contact. Cashless transactions like GCash and AllEasy are highly encouraged.

If you’re craving for your Coffee Project favorite, you can always have it through delivery, take out, or curbside pick-up.

Coffee Project is present in all major food delivery services throughout the country and also has its own delivery through its website, www.coffeeproject.com.ph or its Facebook page/coffeeprojectofficial.

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