Food & Grocery Delivery Tips | Part 2
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FOOD AND GROCERY DELIVERY – PT. 2 | Three tips on how to keep yourself safe:
1. More and more restaurants seal special labels or stickers on wrappers or cartons to prevent tampering. That way you will know if your food was touched or not. Make sure when your hot food arrives, you eat immediately, refrigerate within two hours, and save no more than three days to avoid food poisoning according to the Center for Diseases Control and Prevention.
2. When you go outside your door, pick up your bag(s) and bring them inside, IMMEDIATELY wash your hands throughout. Make sure you DISCARD, WASH, DISINFECT = throw away food wrappers or cartons, recycle bags, wash the surface before setting your plate down, and use your own plates, containers and utensils. As usual — wash your hands again after eating.
3. Last, but not the least, the best tip is– make sure you tip your driver well. They sacrifice their health, time and money to work to deliver your food and/or groceries. They should be appreciated.
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