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Feeding Students in the Cafeteria

Converting a school cafeteria into a safe environment for students isn't as difficult as many believe. A few small changes can be made to encourage social distancing and proper hygiene. For example, schools around that nation are installing portable sinks in their cafeterias, which is a great, but just the tip of the iceberg.

If you're looking to reopen your cafeteria or maximize space, these essential products can help.

Cafeteria Safety Starts with Social Distancing

Ensure your cafeteria is a safe place to feed students. Add social distancing signage, crowd control stanchions, and large spray sanitizers.

Following Social Distancing Guidelines
Many schools also adjust lunch schedules to aid in crowd control.

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Using Disposables Limits Disease Spread, But Adds Waste

We also recommend using disposable containers, trays and extra trash receptacles.

 
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Consider this: While the CDC has updated its guidelines for social distancing in schools, there are still many conditions to consider including, local transmission rates, and if masks are required. For more information on the guidance for your school, visit the CDC website. Read More
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