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COVID-19:An update from our General Manager
With the ongoing concern over the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Australia, The Bread & Butter Project is more committed than ever to the health and wellbeing of our customers, employees, suppliers, contractors and volunteers.
We are continuing to monitor this evolving situation, responding with a high level of caution and a commitment to ensuring our bakery continues to be a safe and healthy environment.
Like all responsible food suppliers, we abide by the food safety requirements set out by Food Standards Australia, and have also implemented a further range of precautionary measures, including regular stringent cleaning of surfaces, hourly handwashing, appropriate social distancing and use of hand sanitisers.
We have also closed the bakery to external visitors until further notice and mobilised certain members of our team to work remotely. In addition, we have proactively sourced additional suppliers to ensure our supply chain remains unaffected and that we can continue to bring you the delicious bread and pastry products you know and love.
In the meantime, we will continue to work with the relevant health authorities, including the Federal Government Department of Health, to ensure we are prepared to act when and if the situation escalates any further.
As always, we appreciate your support, and we hope you are all staying safe and well.
Online Q&A with Inner West for Refugees
Food is deeply meaningful for everyone. It evokes memories of home, family and belonging. From a treasured family meal to a precious recipe from our childhood, there are always myriad sounds, smells, tastes that come to mind when we think of food.
During these challenging times, people seeking asylum are struggling more than many. Inner West for Refugees invite you to help shift community attitudes and make a positive difference by joining them for this live Q&A.
Featuring our very own Bread & Butter Project trainee, Idrissa Dumbuya, and other voices, you’ll have the chance to engage with those with lived experience to discuss:
- Refugee contributions to Australian food culture
- Food security
- The role of food in comfort and connection
When: Wednesday 5 August, 7-8pm AEST
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